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Image of a young person video calling whilst driving
Mobile phones are apart of a lot of people everyday lives. Texting, calling, tweeting or posting on social media can be done in seconds straight from your fingertips. However, mobile phone use or video calling whilst driving is incredibly dangerous. Over the past few years, mobile phones have become one of the leading causes of...
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Body camera footage demonstrates police misconduct.
Surges of social media posts, video footage and leaked documents showing controversial misconduct by UK police have caught the attention of the public in recent months. The Metropolitan police have been faced with increasing social media videos raising concerns about stop and search procedures, racial profiling and the use of force on members of the...
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illegal covid house party
Coming home to find a teenage party has been gatecrashed by dozens of drunk people their child does not know is every parent’s nightmare. But one 18-year-old had to contend with much more than a telling-off from his parents: he was fined £10,000 for flouting coronavirus restrictions after police had to break up a party...
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british airways planes
British Airways fined £20 million Today it has been reported that British Airways has been fined £20 million by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) for the data breach in which hundreds of thousands of customers personal information was compromised. The BA data breach, which took place in 2018, affected over 400,000 customers, and the information...
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contracting coronavirus
As businesses slowly start to return to a new stage of normality, a lot of employees may be concerned about returning to work in light of COVID-19 and need reassurance that their employers have correctly implemented safety measures to reduce the risk of the virus spreading between employees. The law for employers has not changed...
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unclear lockdown rules enforced by police
Britons are being fined for breaches of coronavirus lockdown regulations which are “unclear and ambiguous” warns a parliamentary committee, and the fines are disproportionately affecting BAME individuals. The Joint Committee on Human Rights said it was “unacceptable” that thousands were receiving fixed penalty notices despite evidence the police didn’t completely understand their powers. It also...
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students in lockdown
A large rise in coronavirus cases in recent weeks has led to thousands of students in universities such as Manchester Metropolitan, Edinburgh, Leeds, Exeter, and Dundee being forced into isolation. Last week, it was reported that around 1,700 students in Manchester Met University were sent an email by the university telling them they must enter...
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Road traffic accident
No matter how good or careful of a driver you are, the chances are, at some point, you will be involved in a road traffic accident, whether this is as a driver, a passenger, a cyclist, a pedestrian, or a motorcyclist. We have put together the following guide to provide you with helpful information about...
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Public Health Wales data breach exposes information of COVID-19 patients
Public Health Wales has confirmed it has been subject to a data breach in which thousands of Welsh residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 have had their personal details breached. The incident occurred on 30 August 2020, when the personal data of 18,015 Welsh residents who have tested positive for coronavirus was uploaded to...
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loss of earnings accident
One of the most stressful aspects of being involved in an accident is usually having to take some time off work, especially for those who are not entitled to sick pay from their company. The absence is usually immediately following the accident when symptoms are more severe, but in some cases, time off can also...
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