Boris Johnson’s high-risk Brexit strategy | The Spectator

  There’s a reason why No. 10 is always so inclined to ratchet up the tension in any given scenario. Downing Street’s staff, and particularly the Vote Leave alumni, believe that one of their strengths is that in high-pressure situations, they stay calm while others panic. Sorgente: Boris Johnson’s high-risk Brexit strategy | The Spectator

Ägypten: Das Schicksal eines Menschenrechtsverteidigers beunruhigt Diplomaten.

Ägypten: Das Schicksal eines Menschenrechtsverteidigers beunruhigt Diplomaten Von Eleanor Abou Ez (mit afp) @ GeopolisAfrica | Veröffentlicht am 07.11.2017 um 14 Uhr Ein ägyptischer Polizeibeamter bringt Tahrir am 25. Januar 2017 nach Kairo.© STRINGER / AFP Das ägyptische Außenministerium hat am 5. November 2017 die Einberufung von Botschaftern aus fünf westlichen Ländern nach der VeröffentlichungContinua a leggere “Ägypten: Das Schicksal eines Menschenrechtsverteidigers beunruhigt Diplomaten.”

How Bulk Interception Works

This piece was authored by PI Legal Officer Scarlet Kim. This week, Privacy International, together with nine other international human rights NGOs, filed submissions with the European Court of Human Rights. Our case challenges the UK government’s bulk interception of internet traffic transiting fiber optic cables landing in the UK and its access to informationContinua a leggere “How Bulk Interception Works”

Why pushing undocumented children out of schools won’t help bring down net migration

Nando Sigona, University of Birmingham Leaked cabinet papers seen by the BBC suggest that back when she was home secretary, Theresa May wanted schools to carry out immigration checks and withdraw school places offered to children of parents unlawfully in the UK. The leaked documents show that the proposals were vehemently opposed by the then-education […]Continua a leggere “Why pushing undocumented children out of schools won’t help bring down net migration”