Stuff we've discussed on IRC.
Posted by ats at 2006-06-23 17:41
"Ucas says 98.5% of applications are now web-based. But it is conscious that not everyone has a personal computer with internet access."
"So it has compiled a list of more than 900 centres around the UK which have agreed to offer free access to its web-based admissions process."
"It is publishing the list for everyone to see - on its website."
BBC News sounding remarkably like The Register there...
Posted by David at 2006-06-23 10:56
'the prime minister said the rights of suspects must not "outweigh" those of the "law-abiding majority".'
Don't we have a principle of "Innocent until proven guilty"?
So "suspects" are part of the "law-abiding majority"?
Not since the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act, no.
(That is, presumably we still have the principle, but the government feel free to ignore it.)