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Posts Tagged ‘Department of Work and Pensions’

Just 13 people use flagship Coalition scheme for reporting nuisance neighbours

Just 13 people use flagship Coalition scheme for reporting nuisance neighbours

Under the new initiative, people can force police to investigate anti-social behaviour by submitting a “community trigger”, if they have previously reported trouble on at least three occasions.

Four …

Medical and social security records being stored unlawfully and inappropriately accessed, statistics show

Medical and social security records being stored unlawfully and inappropriately accessed, statistics show

Medical and social security records kept by public bodies are being unlawfully or inappropriately accessed dozens of times a month and hundreds of civil servants disciplined for …

Nurse uses FoIA to publish secret hospital reports on 20 patient deaths and severe malpractice

A nurse working at NHS Ayreshire and Arran has used the Freedom of Information Act to make public otherwise restricted hospital reports that cover more than 20 patient deaths

The BBC reports that Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon has ordered an …