Yep, the €U love to promote their aspirations while in reality contributing toward the growing the problem.
UK Column News – 18th October 2017
Published on 18 Oct 2017
Brian Gerrish, Mike Robinson, David Scott and Alex Thomson with today’s news update from the UK Column, including:
Europol coordinates EU-wide hit on trafficking in human beings for sexual exploitation
“Trafficking in human beings is a global problem and a thriving criminal industry that affects the lives of millions of children, women and men around the world who are trapped in a type of modern day slavery. The outstanding collaboration between 28 countries during the Joint Action Day delivered major results. By working together, leveraging our power and increasing the operational priority given to investigating human trafficking, the police community and civil society can succeed in eradicating modern slavery.”
Europol Director Rob Wainwright
Justin Walker of BCG received an e-mail response…. we’re leaving the €U to have a new partnership with the €U!?
Director of Cross-Government Policy Coordination
Gove appoints 28-year-old adviser to £105,000-a-year senior civil service job
Romania to join EU’s defence initiative PESCO
UK Column says there is no fully operational ship in the Royal Navy.
The Once and Future Avro Arrow? (Take Your F-35 and Stuff It!)
Brian’s father worked on TSR2 project, but one day government terminated it. Why?
About the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom
The Red Cell:
Taking advantage of the opportunities of Brexit – and guarding against the possible problems – will require a number of laws to be passed immediately. Because EU law is so nebulous, affecting every part of British public life, passing laws in the normal way will be a far-too-time-consuming process. There are already reports that Parliament’s legislative timetable will not be able to cope with the number of tasks it will have to deal with. The Government needs the power to make the necessary changes quickly and effectively, though not at the expense of by-passing the Parliamentary process entirely.
Welcome to the Investigatory Powers Tribunal website.
Documents obtained by Privacy International show that UK intelligence agencies may analyse our Facebook and Twitter accounts
Letters obtained by Privacy International reveal that the body tasked with overseeing intelligence agencies’ activities (the Investigatory Powers Commissioner) was kept in the dark as UK intelligence agencies shared massive databases with foreign governments, law enforcement and industry, potentially for decades.
Because of Privacy International’s litigation, the Investigatory Powers Commissioner sought immediate inspection when secret practices came to light.
Inappropriate and uncontrolled/uncontrollable sharing with industry third parties currently remains without any proper oversight. Yet some contractors have system access rights which could allow them to enter the Agencies’ system, extract data and cover their tracks.
GCHQ has gone ‘dark’ in the last 8 years or so.
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Israeli Army Raids Multiple Palestinian Media Outlets Across West Bank
read more: https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/1.817842
Britain can be proud of helping to create Israel
Rape and murder in Holland and Belgium…
Anti-corruption blogger who exposed Malta’s Panama Papers link killed by huge bomb
Nicola Sturgeon’s Universal Income is costed at £12.3bn
George Soros Transfers $18 Billion to His Foundation, Creating an Instant Giant
CIA Urges Trump To Delay Release Of 3,000 Never-Before-Seen Documents On JFK Assassination
UK Government Investments (UKGI) is the Government’s centre of expertise in corporate finance and corporate governance.
UKGI’s principle objectives are to:
prepare and execute all significant corporate asset sales by the UK government;
Alex Thompson recommends: The Men Behind The Curtain Of #DefendEurope: