“I think she will be persuaded”

As surely nobody has forgotten, in April, the Duke of Edinburgh died. Even a committed republican such as myself would have to acknowledge that this is a significant event in UK public life. Government and government-adjacent organisations such as the Information Commissioner’s Office plainly had to weigh up how best to react to his passing. […]

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Speed cameras

The A5103 is a dual carriageway near my house that connects the M56 at the bottom with the city of Manchester at the top. People come racing off the M56 onto it, many barely slowing before hitting the M60. However, immediately afterwards, the A5103 goes through a series of residential areas: West Didsbury, Whalley Range, […]

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Quis custodiet ipsos custodes

Award-winning journalist Carole Cadwalladr took to Twitter on Thursday to share her disappointment at a revelation that the Information Commissioner’s Office will not be providing a final report to Parliament on Operation Cederberg, the long-running, multi-million pound investigation into politics and analytics, which Elizabeth Denham decided to prioritise over preparing her office for the biggest […]

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