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Council spending on the Olympic torch relay: where did the money go?

Council spending on the Olympic torch relay: where did the money go?

Collaborative investigation site Help Me Investigate has compiled data which shows how council spending on the Olympic torch relay breaks down.

As councils publish slashed budgets for the …

US downplayed effect of Deepwater oil spill on whales, emails reveal

US downplayed effect of Deepwater oil spill on whales, emails reveal

Documents obtained by Greenpeace show officials controlling information about wildlife affected by the disaster

The images from the summer of 2010 were undoubtedly gruesome: the carcass of a young …

O2 Attracts Most ICO Data Protection Complaints In All Of Britain

O2 Attracts Most ICO Data Protection Complaints In All Of Britain

An FOI request reveals O2 has attracted more data protection complaints in one year than Google and Sony combined

Major British operator O2 attracted more complaints relating to data …

Centenarian drivers rack up penalty points

Five of Britain’s oldest motorists have racked up penalty points for driving offences in the past three years. Figures released by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency under the Freedom of Information Act showed that of those, one 100-year-old and …