Day: January 26, 2017

28% of Brits believe calling someone a racial slur is not a hate crime

Surrey Police paid out £750,000 last year in compensation

A police force paid out £750,000 in compensation after damaging property, assault, breaching the Human Rights Act and even failing to post a letter. Bungling Surrey Police faced more than 150 successful claims were made against the force last year following a series of errors, accidents and misdemeanors including discrimination ...

Remote Scottish airports a “potential target”

Remote Scottish airports a “potential target”

A new security procedure set to be introduced at a number of Scottish airports could mean bags and passengers are not searched and make Scotland a "potential target". Three small and remote Highlands and Islands Airports are to put passengers through a 'streamlined check-in process' from the end of this ...

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Restaurant Review – Margot

Though all restaurant experiences revolve heavily around eating, so many restaurateurs fail to understand that there's more to a great restaurant than just good food. From service and general ambience down to the smallest, most pernickety details, the overall experience - from walking through the door to picking up the ...

Three reasons to still be wary of a Hard Brexit

On January 16, Britain's Prime Minister, Theresa May laid out the government's plan to proceed with Brexit. She made it clear that she will push for a clean break from the EU without maintaining the vestiges of an half-in, half-out membership.  Mrs. May also laid out a 12-point plan detailing ...

Cameraperson: Film Review

Cameraperson: Film Review

By Linda Marric  @linda_marric After 25 years spent as a camerawoman on various award winning documentary features, Kirsten Johnson amassed hours upon hours of outtakes and candid moments from her trips to Bosnia, Kabul and Darfur, to name but a few places. Born out of this was a truly unique ...