Imprisonment without charges
Not content with seven, fourteen, or even twenty-eight days, the British government wants to extend imprisonment without charges to fifty-six days.
Caught in the act
Ah, scrotes. Can’t live with them, can’t (legally) thermo-depolymerise them into oil.
Knowledge workers of the world, unite!
After reading an article about developer pay that Ben linked to this morning, I started wondering who is served by the taboo on salaries in this country.
Watch your neighbour
Remember the Orwellian Transport for London CCTV poster from 2002? There’s a new poster on the Underground, inviting us to report our suspicions of fellow citizens to the nearest authority. I actually think that it’s a great piece of artwork, but there’s something unsettling about the tone and the overall impression.