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Campaigners set out proposals for a better deal for low-income taxpayers
Academy of Medical Sciences

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Accessing the child database: Asking for trouble?
Child database closed

By staff Activists are counting down until noon today, when the child database Contactpoint is closed. The controversial database, which was designed to protect children but resulted in accusations of privacy abuse, will be closed for two months before it is destroyed. The coalition government appears to have given a sympathetic hearing to the… Read more »

Hollobone told the Independent he would refuse to meet constituents who did not remove their burkha
Liberty threaten burkha MP with court fight

By Ian Dunt Liberty has promised to take the Tory MP who refused to meet constituents wearing a burkha to court if he acts on his remarks. Philip Hollobone, who currently has a private members bill going through parliament on banning the burkha, said he would refuse to meet with any of his Kettering constituents… Read more »