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Will card reading devices increase fraud?

Will card reading devices increase fraud?

While fraud is a crime most people fear being a victim of, technology is increasing the chances of us all being at higher risk of it. Contactless credits and debit cards are sweeping the nation with over 92 million currently…
BCC boss suspended over Brexit comments

BCC boss suspended over Brexit comments

John Longworth, the Director General of British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has been temporarily suspended over his Brexit comments at BCC’s annual conference. Longwoth suggested that the UK would have a better long-term economic future and prospects for growth outside…
EU Referendum confirmed for June

EU Referendum confirmed for June

The Prime Minister David Cameron has confirmed the EU Referendum date for Thursday 23rd June, when the UK is to vote whether to stay in the EU or leave. Cameron described the historic announcement as “the decision in our lifetimes”…
All UK dogs must be microchipped as of April

All UK dogs must be microchipped as of April

According to the national Government, all dogs in the UK must be microchipped from 6 April 2016. The owner who fails to do so will face a £500 charge. The reason behind this law is to reduce troubles for the…
National Libraries Day to support equal learning
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National Libraries Day to support equal learning

The 6th February marks The National Libraries Day aiming to support learning across the nation and avoid further closures of public libraries. The event is run by organisations including the Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals (CILIP) and the…
EU draft deal to pave way for referendum

EU draft deal to pave way for referendum

Cameron’s EU draft deal, which aims to keep Britain in the Europe Union, has been published. Cameron says it’s going to “substantial change,” paving the way for the referendum as early as June. The draft deal was published by European…