Monthly Archives: August 2013

NHS Patient records – Our annonymity

Are NHS patient records really anonymous?:  The claim Keep our NHS Public press release of 21st August states that “NHS England has announced that patient data held by GPs is to be sold for £1 per request to ‘approved companies’ … Continue reading

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Perverting the course of justice: Once a crime, now government policy

Originally posted on Vox Political:
Chequebook justice: Your unelected government wants to ensure that nobody can challenge its policies and decisions – by putting justice within the reach of only the wealthy. David Cameron and Chris Grayling have been messing…

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Consultation Sheffield Local Plan

Extended until  5 pm, Friday 6 September 2013, the Council’s Consultation on the Sheffield Local Plan (formerly known as the Sheffield Development Framework or SDF)  invites  representations on the pre-submission version of the City Policies and Sites document (including the Additional Sites) and the Proposals Map.   This is … Continue reading

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