Big Brother Britain

“While they promise them liberty, they themselves are slaves of corruption; for by whom a person is overcome, by him also he is brought into bondage. .” (Hosea 4:1-3)

One of the consequences of our land rejecting God’s laws is that we have handed sovereignty over to the state. Instead of insisting that the role of government is to simply preserve law and order (Rom. 13), the people of Britain have stood by and allowed the state to micromanage their personal lives. KEEP READING

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24 April, 2014 • UK filters and the slippery slope to mass censorship

17 April, 2014 • Slow death of free speech

16 April, 2014 • Taser threat to patients

16 April, 2014 • Medical data has been hacked

8 April, 2014 • Big Brother Just Got Bigger

8 April, 2014 • Political correctness from beyond the grave

6 April, 2014 • 10 portions of fruit and veg, they will tell us to eat pie in the sky next!

6 April, 2014 • The real cost of climate change is free speech

6 April, 2014 • Big brother was to put unit lines on pub glasses

5 April, 2014 • Council spy cameras fleece drivers of a lot of £32million a year

2 April, 2014 • UN must reject mass surveillance

1 April, 2014 • EU could impose crippling trade barriers if Britain leaves the EU

1 April, 2014 • Computer users are afraid of expressing their views on line

31 March, 2014 • The State is the worst wicked step mother of all

30 March, 2014 • Nanny State plan to cut an inch of pizzas

21 March, 2014 • School tells teachers not to mark work in red ink

18 March, 2014 • Killjoys stop children playing in the park

17 March, 2014 • BT exposed data on mass

17 March, 2014 • Valuable data sold as part of Royal Mail flotation

16 March, 2014 • 9 cops used in Stephen Lawrence case

16 March, 2014 • School bans boys from rugby for being too fat

16 March, 2014 • Nine cops used to spy on the Lawrence family

13 March, 2014 • CCTV spy car nabs motorist for allowing children to cross a zebra crossing

24 February, 2014 • Nanny State is blocking Super Isaa

24 February, 2014 • Spy in the sky is launched

22 February, 2014 • Inquiry into phone and email snoopersp

5 February, 2013 • Giant database record should be delayed

8 October, 2013 • The week in mass surveillance

6 October, 2013 • Cabinet was told nothing about GCHQ spying programmes, says Chris Huhne

6 August, 2013 • Snooping state spends millions on private eyes

22 July, 2013 • Privacy actions up 22% as public fights storage of personal information on ‘big brother’ databases

15 July, 2013 • UK police use powers to seize personal data at borders

15 July, 2013 • Britain’s gone from nanny state to naggy state

13 July, 2013 • Enough of the nanny state

3 July, 2013 • British freedoms could be eroded, warns Lord Chief Justice

29 June, 2013 • Social workers 'to meddle in every family home' in bid to prevent accidents to children

29 June, 2013 • Police accused of bugging Archbishop of York as he worked on inquiry into murder of Stephen Lawrence

22 June, 2013 • The state interferes far too much in family life

22 June, 2013 • The other hacking scandal: Suppressed report reveals that law firms, telecoms giants and insurance companies routinely hire criminals to steal rivals' information

16 June, 2013 • National security is reminiscent of Soviet surveillance

11 June, 2013 • Call to keep 'snooper's charter'

10 June, 2013 • National security should not be used by governments to justify mass surveillance

23 May, 2013 • How THREE police officers went to grandmother's farm just to warn her NOT to make massive Double Gloucester for annual cheese rolling event

20 May, 2013 • Police swabbing of child DNA excessive, says charity

20 May, 2013 • Now police place journalists in same bracket as criminals: Officers will be forced to name any friends who work in the media... or face the sack

1 April, 2013 • Parliament has become the worst enemy of free speech

21 February, 2013 • Leveson proposals to penalise the press 'are against the law and would have chilling effect on free speech'

16 February, 2013 • The justice and security bill is a chilling affront to British justice

16 February, 2013 • Another victory for Nanny State Britain

23 January, 2013 • Eurocrats 'want to run our Press': Brussels accused of 'flagrant attack' after report proposed giving EU powers to control media and sack journalists

16 January, 2013 • PRYING COUNCILS NOW CONSIDERED THE NORM

21 November, 2012 • FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION IS DYING OUT

1 September, 2012 • House of Lords staff banned from bantering with colleagues in case it is deemed offensive

26 July, 2012 • Scotland isn't a beacon of freedom. Its support for gay marriage is just another excuse to pry into private lives

19 July, 2012 • Communications Data Bill creates 'a virtual giant database'

3 July, 2012 • Anger as free speech stifled

16 June, 2012 • This snooping bill is worthy of a surveillance state

13 June, 2012 • How will the proposed surveillance laws work?

18 May, 2012 • Beware of iCloud! Snooping software lets police read everything on your iPhone in real-time without you ever knowing

3 May, 2012 • Judge tells doctor it is 'inappropriate' to say he is a Christian at work

2 May, 2012 • Our neo-totalitarians are wearing out their democratic mask

2 May, 2012 • Our neo-totalitarian state is wearing out its democratic mask

2 May, 2012 • East Sussex pensioner to have sex change op

1 May, 2012 • Internet freedom 'under threat from hasty legislation in UK and US'

30 April, 2012 • Google staff 'knew of wi-fi snooping', report says

24 April, 2012 • WARNING OVER NET SURVEILLANCE MOVE

16 April, 2012 • POLICE DEMAND POWER TO SEARCH WITHOUT WARRANT

8 April, 2012 • Pupils are recruited to spy on us during our lessons and schools are being 'run like totalitarian regimes', say teachers

7 April, 2012 • Council snoopers to read our emails as internet giants could be forced to hand over data

6 April, 2012 • Internet surveillance - how officials may boost their powers

5 April, 2012 • Surveillance plans could breach EU laws, expert claims

4 April, 2012 • Newspaper review: Net surveillance under scrutiny

2 April, 2012 • FURY AT BIG BROTHER'S BID TO SNOOP ON EVERY EMAIL

1 April, 2012 • David Davis attacks plans to monitor online messages as 'an unnecessary extension of the ability of the state to snoop on ordinary people'

23 March, 2012 • Social workers took away our baby for nine months: With no evidence against them, couple were banned from looking after their son

15 March, 2012 • Drone Attack: How We Might Willingly Embrace The Surveillance Society

14 March, 2012 • Water cannons may be on our streets within months: Tear gas and Tasers also on police 'wish list' to combat riots

6 March, 2012 • Police are trying to turn the BBC and ITN into yet another arm of the Surveillance State

24 February, 2012 • Couple banned from adopting because kettle flex is too long

7 February, 2012 • Western governments eye up the latest spy kit

5 February, 2012 • Social Worker took baby over brittle bones

3 February, 2012 • LONG LENS OF LAW...NEW SPEED CAMERA SNAPS DRIVERS FROM HALF MILE

2 February, 2012 • unmanned surveillance aircraft in UK

16 December, 2011 • Toddlers banned from making 'rude' star sign

20 November, 2011 • I'AD THAT GEORGE ORWELL IN THE BACK OF MY CAB ONCE...

12 November, 2011 • Big Brother alert over surge in 'citizen spies' as thousands more volunteer to snoop on neighbours

12 November, 2011 • State must not regulate the Press, says Guardian editor at Orwell lecture

4 November, 2011 • Big Brother's THREE MILLION targets: Massive surge in intrusive surveillance by state snoopers

4 November, 2011 • Councils have mounted millions of snooping operations in past decade, finds report

15 October, 2011 • Meet the PC oligarchy that now rules Britain

14 October, 2011 • Police to get power to impose curfews

7 October, 2011 • Freedom bill could increase powers of entry

16 September, 2011 • Big Brother: UK gov’t collects database of ‘homophobic,’ ‘racist’ 3-year-olds

4 September, 2011 • ARMED POLICE IN SWOOP ON SISTERS WALKING TO SCHOOL

2 September, 2011 • Councils banned from snooping on your sex life

27 August, 2011 • Internet interference 'a mistake'

23 August, 2011 • ‘Big Brother’ stance kills local farm shop

5 August, 2011 • NANNY STATE’S 5-A-DAY RULES FOR RAISING A CHILD

1 August, 2011 • Nanny's alive and well – she's only hiding

26 July, 2011 • Innocent people's DNA profiles won't be deleted after all, minister admits

17 July, 2011 • Councils and police rebuked for hi-tech snooping on public

6 July, 2011 • Two-year-olds 'to be given compulsory education checks'

1 July, 2011 • Use of RIPA to spy on individuals has increased in the last year

29 June, 2011 • Database aims to track everyone in the UK

29 June, 2011 • POLICE ARE EXERCISING THEIR 'ABSOLUTE POWER'

28 June, 2011 • Home Office will not back down on DNA database

22 June, 2011 • Police database will share data on 15 million people

22 June, 2011 • Police to share national database

22 June, 2011 • JAIL FOR SINGING NATIONAL ANTHEM

17 June, 2011 • Quarter of UK population will be on new police database

17 June, 2011 • Millions of innocents on police database

12 June, 2011 • The 'coconut' hate crime investigation that shows NOBODY can escape Britain's Thought Police

11 June, 2011 • SCANDAL OF THE TAPPED TELEPHONES

9 June, 2011 • School surveillance: how big brother spies on pupils

8 June, 2011 • North Lanarkshire Council fail to protect sensitive data of vulnerable people

2 June, 2011 • Government plans next-generation ID scheme

31 May, 2011 • Boys, 7, punished for playing soldiers after teachers brand making pistol shapes with their fingers 'unacceptable'

31 May, 2011 • SNOOPER COPS

30 May, 2011 • 'Spy cameras' are used to target student protesters

27 May, 2011 • Govt defends plans to keep passenger data for 15 years

26 May, 2011 • The surveillance state – now even universities are at it

11 May, 2011 • Police buy software to map suspects' digital movements

10 May, 2011 • No timeframe on DNA database removals

7 May, 2011 • COUNCILS SELL YOUR DATA FOR MONEY

3 May, 2011 • The protesters who found themselves on police databases

3 May, 2011 • Ian Tomlinson unlawfully killed, inquest finds

1 May, 2011 • Herbal remedies banned as new EU rules take effect

8 April, 2011 • Woman is told she faces arrest for clearing up dog mess and replacing it with chalk pictures of cakes

3 April, 2011 • New gagging orders stretch right into the heart of parliament

30 March, 2011 • The town that's banned salt: Shakers taken off chip-shop counters and put out of sight

28 March, 2011 • Free to protest? I can still be arrested if my placard reads: 'Nick Clegg, oh dear'

27 March, 2011 • THOUGHT POLICE OUT OF CONTROL

25 March, 2011 • Britain is no longer a free society, says Bishop Nazir-Ali

20 March, 2011 • SHOOTING MY COWS WAS 'PURE EVIL' ACT

15 March, 2011 • Big Brother is selling to you! Now TV adverts could be tailored to individuals in postcode advertising

15 March, 2011 • Sisters aged 4, 6, and 10 threatened with arrest... for picking daffodils in the park

8 March, 2011 • Could the UK Government shut down the web?

7 March, 2011 • Britain’s New Secular Inquisition

4 March, 2011 • Government store DNA of over 6 million

4 March, 2011 • Call for under-fives diet guidance

3 March, 2011 • Britons 'on CCTV 70 times a day'

3 March, 2011 • Edward Leigh and John Glen demand right to free speech

10 February, 2011 • UK.gov shreds last ID scheme hard drives

10 February, 2011 • THE BIG BROTHER SCHOOL WITH 112 ‘SPY’ CAMERAS

8 February, 2011 • Sexual exploitation of migrant women

8 February, 2011 • SECOND DAUGHTER FOUND GUILTY OF FATHER’S MURDER

7 February, 2011 • New baccalaureate's threat to Religious Education GCSEs

7 February, 2011 • I'm victim of PC vendetta, says Christian drug expert as he is sacked from Government advisory panel before he even started

7 February, 2011 • UK bed & breakfast owners deluged with obscene, threatening e-mails, phone calls

6 February, 2011 • Coalition to scrap sex trafficking safeguards

6 February, 2011 • FREE CONDOMS FOR BOY JAILBIRDS

6 February, 2011 • Sex trafficking in the UK: one woman's horrific story of kidnap, rape, beatings and prostitution

5 February, 2011 • More than one murder a week is committed by a thug on bail

5 February, 2011 • Dorset nursery worker in sex assault arrest

2 February, 2011 • PSNI criticised over DNA policy

27 January, 2011 • Education Bill will give too much power to ministers, warn teaching unions

26 January, 2011 • Councils still to use covert surveillance

18 January, 2011 • The worrying decline of free speech in Great Britain

12 January, 2011 • Government joins European fingerprint database

7 January, 2011 • Phone hacking: Now Met police are in the dock

5 January, 2011 • How 100,000 Britons have chosen to become Muslim... and average convert is 27-year-old white woman

4 January, 2011 • Fine threat for lost cat posters in Bedford

3 January, 2011 • SCANDAL OF BIG BROTHER BRITAIN

2 January, 2010 • EastEnders bosses plan gay surrogacy storyline

2 January, 2010 • Drunk convicts torch Ford open prison in riot hell

2 January, 2010 • Scandal of the 'forgotten children' whose mothers are in jail

1 January, 2010 • Police banned 'eggs is eggs' in case it offended infertile women, officer claims

1 January, 2010 • Elton John and David Furnish already thinking about a brother or sister for one-week-old Zachary

28 December, 2010 • BIOMETRIC ID CHECK ON SCOTS SCHOOLCHILDREN AS YOUNG AS FOUR

16 December, 2010 • If you want to protest, prepare to be kettled

15 December, 2010 • Celebrities flock to see free speech 'go on trial'

12 December, 2010 • Wrap your bin up warm, councils tell home owner

9 December, 2010 • Babies' DNA profiled in the womb

7 December, 2010 • Wetherby Young Offender Institution criticised for unnecessary strip-searches

4 December, 2010 • CCTV BRITAIN: WHY ARE WE THE MOST SPIED ON COUNTRY IN THE WORLD?

30 November, 2010 • Councils in 'shocking' CCTV spend

28 November, 2010 • Extraordinary Powers Granted to European Police

22 November, 2010 • Whatever happened to freedom of speech?

22 November, 2010 • Sharia lessons for pupils aged six: BBC uncovers 'weekend schools' that teach pupils how to hack off thieves' hands

22 November, 2010 • Benefits Mum of Five: I'll keep having babies till I get a council house

22 November, 2010 • March of the Euro police: The shocking powers of prosecution the EU has over all of us

21 November, 2010 • Fly on the wall has become surveillance TV

21 November, 2010 • Respected Muslim cleric jailed after molesting 15-year-old girl who he was supposed to be teaching the Qur'an

12 November, 2010 • Big Brother Britain has grown out of all proportion

11 November, 2010 • Surveillance society soon a reality, report suggests

11 November, 2010 • Jury trials must be defended

9 November, 2010 • Did UK.gov break the law with its child database?

7 November, 2010 • The freedom bill will mean nothing if we keep repressive measures like control orders

25 October, 2010 • Sacrificing our liberties won't win the war against terror

23 October, 2010 • New EU sled-dog rules 'barking mad'

21 October, 2010 • 'Surveillance state' fear as government revives tracking plan

11 October, 2010 • 'Nanny state' ruling could spell the end of Scouting rough and tumble

11 October, 2010 • 'Elf and safety jobsworths order OAP to take down portrait of Queen because 'it could fall on a firefighter'

10 October, 2010 • The Slippery Slope to Tyranny

9 October, 2010 • Children wrongly branded overweight

8 October, 2010 • Storey says 'grooming' warning over biscuit 'too PC'

7 October, 2010 • Council 'bonkers' for conkers alert

6 October, 2010 • THESE STUPID EQUALITY LAWS INFANTILISE US ALL

5 October, 2010 • Civil liberties in the spotlight

4 October, 2010 • Religious Freedom Eroding in Britain in the Wake of Equalities Laws and Terrorist Threat

4 October, 2010 • Vaccinated Against Your Will

4 October, 2010 • THE EQUALITY ACT RISKS DESTROYING BRITISH BUSINESSES

2 October, 2010 • HARMAN'S EQUALITY ACT 'OUTLAWS HUMOUR'

29 September, 2010 • Miliband retains Labour line on DNA and CCTV

26 September, 2010 • Jack Straw waves goodbye with civil liberty attack

26 September, 2010 • Council slaps ban on mother-in-law jokes for being 'offensively sexist'

24 September, 2010 • COUNCIL RECRUITS VOLUNTEERS TO SPY ON THE NEIGHBOURS

22 September, 2010 • Dog-owner prevented from finding microchipped pet under Data Protection Act

21 September, 2010 • Now parents banned from watching their children playing sports 'because of pressure from the sidelines'

21 September, 2010 • Google exposes data 'snooping' by UK government

20 September, 2010 • Pro-life campaigners say their freedom of speech has been denied after being arrested for holding banner of aborted foetus

19 September, 2010 • Big Brother fears as motorists are urged to inform on each other

17 September, 2010 • I think, therefore I’m guilty

16 September, 2010 • Man in court for removing camera spying on his bedroom

15 September, 2010 • Bin spies, yet again

15 September, 2010 • Pope defends British freedoms

14 September, 2010 • EU not completely clear of liberties abuses according to human right report

14 September, 2010 • Politicians push for Europe-wide electronic business register

14 September, 2010 • Father threatened with “child protection issues” for allowing daughter to walk 20 metres from home

11 September, 2010 • Police warn of impact of European justice powers

14 September, 2010 • MINISTER HIRED SNOOPS TO PROBE ‘MALICIOUS SLURS’

8 September, 2010 • BIKE BOY AGE 3 BANNED FROM PARK ‘FOR BEING A SAFETY THREAT

2 September, 2010 • ID checks 'out of control'

2 September, 2010 • Big Brother is watching you

31 August, 2010 • NANNY STATE OUTLAWS CHILDREN’S TRAMPOLINE

21 August, 2010 • NOW NANNY STATE STOPS US WALKING ON ABBEY COBBLES

16 August, 2010 • HAS THE COALITION ADOPTED THE DATABASE STATE?

12 August, 2010 • SLIM GIRL WHO STARVED HERSELF AFTER NHS SAID SHE WAS TOO FAT

10 August, 2010 • Big Brother is watching us

10 August, 2010 • Cameron’s pet project is an insidious attempt to undermine common liberty

9 August, 2010 • BOY TAKEN FROM FAMILY FOR BEING A FUSSY EATER

8 August, 2010 • Mother and daughter, 12, fighting for life in hospital 'after they stabbed each other during knife fight in park'

3 August, 2010 • Britain Gives More Policing Powers to EU

2 August, 2010 • Euro police knocking on your door

4 August, 2010 • Police accused of building support for CCTV cameras in Birmingham

3 August, 2010 • Surveillance powers threaten the innocent, says Liberty

28 July, 2010 • An Orwellian assault on free expression

28 July, 2010 • European Police Prepare to Spy on Britons

20 July, 2010 • COUNCIL SPIES LOOKING THROUGH YOUR WHEELIE BIN

20 July, 2010 • BRANDED OVERWEIGHT – THE 4ST 5-YEAR-OLDS

17 July, 2010 • EU PLAN TO LET FOREIGN POLICE SPY ON BRITONS

10 July, 2010 • MUM HAD HER DNA TAKEN FOR REFUSING TO GIVE BACK A BALL

7 July, 2010 • CCTV turning schools into 'prisons'

5 July, 2010 • COUNCILS USE BUGS IN LAMPPOSTS TO EAVESDROP ON YOU

5 July, 2010 • BIG BROTHER AT EVERY TURN

2 July, 2010 • ALCOHOLISM UP A QUARTER

29 June, 2010 • Court bans Parliament Square protesters

26 June, 2010 • GOODBYE AT LAST TO THE NANNY STATE

15 June, 2010 • Rory Bremner 'afraid' to joke about Islam

8 June, 2010 • UK monitors suspected radicals as part of European surveillance project

8 June, 2010 • The age of Big Brother demands we reveal our true selves. Better we don't

8 June, 2010 • PARENTS OF FOUR-YEAR-OLDS TARGETED IN WAR ON OBESITY

8 June, 2010 • Every Google search to be logged and saved for two years under new Euro MP plan

4 June, 2010 • Cataloguing the ways in which local authorities have abused their covert surveillance powers1

31 May, 2010 • n the endangered list: free-range children

30 May, 2010 • EU swimming ban could hit 1 in 8 beaches

29 May, 2010 • Dwile Flonking: council bans traditional pub sport under health and safety

25 May, 2010 • Councils should be stopped from spying

18 May, 2010 • ‘SPY ON YOUR NEIGHBOURS’BIN CRIMES’ SAYS COUNCIL

17 May, 2010 • Health and safety checks for all families, says Nice

11 May, 2010 • TORMENT OF BOY, 6, IN FOUR-HOUR QUIZ OVER BRUISES

8 May, 2010 • Cameron offers prospect of immediate ID card abolition

5 May, 2010 • Cameron targets 'Big Brother' state

4 May, 2010 • Three images of our surveillance state

21 April, 2010 • New EU powers for DNA sampling

21 April, 2010 • EU draft anti-counterfeiting deal threatens free speech, health and safety, say critics

19 April, 2010 • NO REPRIEVE FOR PET SHOP OWNER TAGGED FOR SELLING BOY GOLDFISH

19 April, 2010 • Bad parents told to improve or their children will be adopted

18 April, 2010 • POLICE: LET US SEDATE SUSPECTS

15 April, 2010 • Caravanner, 61, prosecuted for having Swiss Army knife in his glove box... to cut up fruit on picnics

14 April, 2010 • Terrorism cop makes civil liberties warning

13 April, 2010 • 'Stalinist' social workers 'took children from loving mothers'

12 April, 2010 • Council to ban the word 'obesity' - so fat children don't get offended

11 April, 2010 • Man killed himself after being suspended over non-PC joke

10 April, 2010 • Even the dead can't escape the nanny state

4 April, 2010 • LABOUR CALL TO BAN ZOOS

3 April, 2010 • BOOKWORM TOLD: YOU'RE A FIRE RISK

1 April, 2010 • Trial by jury is basis of British justice

31 March, 2010 • Opposition mounts to UK's Digital Economy Bill

31 March, 2010 • £1,000 FINE FOR SELLING A GOLDFISH

30 March, 2010 • First blog faces censure by PCC

30 March, 2010 • Pupils fingerprinted without parental consent, ATL conference hears

29 March, 2010 • SNEAKY FLYING SPY CAMERAS PROVOKE CIVIL LIBERTY FEARS

26 March, 2010 • BROWN'S MARXIST VISION FOR BRITAIN HAS COME TO PASS

26 March, 2010 • NEW EU GESTAPO SPIES ON BRITONS

25 March, 2010 • THE FAG END OF THE VERY LAST GASP OF LIBERTY

24 March, 2010 • Passerby reported to police after trying to help schoolboy from tree

22 March, 2010 • Labour's assault on liberty is the undeniable scandal

19 March, 2010 • CHRISTIAN NAMES IN POLICE BAN

18 March, 2010 • An ID card nation by stealth

18 March, 2010 • Labour has taken 13 years of diabolical liberties with Britain

18 March, 2010 • Police National Database will have audit trail

17 March, 2010 • Schools ban for ice cream vans

16 March, 2010 • Labour has taken 13 years of diabolical liberties with Britain

15 March, 2010 • Schools 'break law' to spy on pupils

14 March, 2010 • Briefing: NHS database

10 March, 2010 • LET'S VOTE OUT THIS SPYING GOVERNMENT

7 March, 2010 • TOWN HALLS USE TERROR LAW TO SPY ON STAFF

4 March, 2010 • Government health crackdown on British fish and chips

4 March, 2010 • EU CHIEF VOWS TO RUN OUR ECONOMY FROM BRUSSELS

4 March, 2010 • 10-year-old on hate register for calling a fellow pupil ‘gay boy’

2 March, 2010 • Second mother flees Suffolk to keep baby

25 February, 2010 • Councils make unwarranted entry

24 February, 2010 • The New Eye in the Sky

23 February, 2010 • Nanny knows best on obesity, but can the food industry curb its appetite for profit?

19 February, 2010 • GOVERNMENT WANTS TO WEIGH ALL NEW MUMS

18 February, 2010 • Edinburgh Council send support workers on snooping classes

18 February, 2010 • £50 after her baby son dropped a piece of banana out of his pram

16 February, 2010 • Police ground unmanned drone after aviation chiefs claim £40,000 gadget was used illegally to make landmark arrest

15 February, 2010 • Hairdresser stopped from advertising for 'junior stylist' because it is ageist

15 February, 2010 • BIG BROTHER FEARS FOR ENGLISH FOOTBALL

13 February, 2010 • BABIES 'SHOULD BE PUT ON DIETS AT 3 MONTHS'

10 February, 2010 • Now Labour recruits army of child spies to report anti-social neighbours

9 February, 2010 • Digital code set up for children

8 February, 2010 • Former council chief, 84, arrested for assault for waving walking stick at unruly yobs

5 February, 2010 • Gagging the Press

3 February, 2010 • Keeping innocent people's DNA causes distress and even suicide, says pioneer

3 February, 2010 • A presumption of future possible guiltyishness

1 February, 2010 • The dangers of state surveillance

1 February, 2010 • A significant victory against the superinjunction

30 January, 2010 • Loitering and other suspicious behaviour: EU funded “smart CCTV”

26 January, 2010 • Kids' TV presenters carrying hairdryers stopped under anti-terror laws

25 January, 2010 • Thought police

25 January, 2010 • Equality laws threaten free speech

25 January, 2010 • £30 ID cards for young Londoners

24 January, 2010 • COUNCIL BRIBES TO SPY ON NEIGHBOURS

22 January, 2010 • Labour is dreaming up 33 new crimes a month... including barring you from swimming into the Titanic

22 January, 2010 • WHEN AIRPORT CHECKS REALLY TAKE LIBERTIES

22 January, 2010 • Mother 'not clever enough to raise child' has baby snatched by social workers after running away to Ireland to give birth

20 January, 2010 • Large databases can never be secure

20 January, 2010 • DVLA sells drivers' details to clampers at £2.50 a time

20 January, 2010 • EC 'wants economic policy control'

18 January, 2010 • Is your home safe from the state?

15 January, 2010 • 250 innocent people added to police DNA files for every one removed

13 January, 2010 • The crusade against faith schools is an attack on our freedom

13 January, 2010 • Free speech's limits

12 January, 2010 • Stop and search powers illegal, European court rules

12 January, 2010 • Councils use CCTV to collect £3million in 'ghost' parking tickets every year

10 January, 2010 • PC-mad BBC where even church bells and Teletubbies are vetted

10 January, 2010 • Labour's Equality Bill should not be tolerated

8 January, 2010 • Binman removed from round and given written warning for removing too much rubbish

7 January, 2010 • 'Give schools their freedom back'

7 January, 2010 • ID database will track NI numbers

7 January, 2010 • Survey claims Cumbernauld and Kilsyth are part of a 'Big Brother' state

6 January, 2010 • Vote for liberty and rights in 2010

6 January, 2010 • Vast DNA database helps solve only one in 150 crimes

6 January, 2010 • Bin men refuse to collect open wheelie bins

5 January, 2010 • Food police take on Cheddar

3 January, 2010 • Labour’s fixation with control is strangling everyone

1 January, 2010 • THE BIN GESTAPO HAS MORE HORRORS IN STORE FOR US ALL

31 December, 2009 • 2009: A bad year for civil liberties

28 December, 2009 • The 20,000 snooper army: Vast number of town hall bureaucrats get power to enter your home without a warrant

28 December, 2009 • Conwy near top of “Big Brother barge-in league”

23 December, 2009 • Police officers claim we're not a Big Brother state

22 December, 2009 • The real cost – and value – of CCTV

21 December, 2009 • Is Britain becoming the censorship capital of the world?

21 December, 2009 • ‘MUSIC BAN WILL HIT BRITISH WAY OF LIFE’

21 December, 2009 • The Equality Bill could Outlaw Evangelical Christianity In The U.K.

21 December, 2009 • The growing threat to free speech

21 December, 2009 • Equality legislation means our very right to believe is under fire

20 December, 2009 • The horror of virtual courts is upon us

18 December, 2009 • Local councils ‘have trebled number of CCTV cameras in a decade

16 December, 2009 • Town hall 'enforcers' with police powers increase by a fifth in a year

15 December, 2009 • Army of private snoopers growing

16 December, 2009 • Fishermen to get bigger quotas if they carry CCTV

12 December, 2009 • Why not just scrap ID cards, then?

9 December, 2009 • The great 'big state' debate

8 December, 2009 • The police are right not to remain silent on civil liberties

5 December, 2009 • Swiss MP fears for Britain

5 December, 2009 • Buy your children toy weapons for Christmas and you could face an armed raid, police warn parents

5 December, 2009 • Equality snoopers to keep files on your sexuality

3 December, 2009 • BOY TAKEN INTO CARE FOR BEING 2 POUNDS TOO LIGHT

30 November, 2009 • £500 to spy on your neighbour

30 November, 2009 • Home-schooling parents may face criminal record checks

27 November, 2009 • Thousands of children jailed – before being found guilty

27 November, 2009 • PREGNANT MUM TO FLEE UK

26 November, 2009 • New U.K. Bill Requires Homeschooled Children be Registered with Authorities

26 November, 2009 • DNA database has eroded liberty

25 November, 2009 • More than 1 in 10 people now have their DNA on West Midlands Police's database

24 November, 2009 • UK national identity register is 'up and running'

24 November, 2009 • Police are arresting innocents to meet DNA database targets

19 November, 2009 • CCTV IN HOMES TO SPY ON NEIGHBOURS

18 November, 2009 • Blindly fingerprinting children

18 November, 2009 • The Nanny State even inspects our wallpaper

18 November, 2009 • Big Brother quiz for new school parents: Officials launch 83-point probe into families' lives

16 November, 2009 • 'Big Brother' ID cards cost taxpayers £230,000 each days'

16 November, 2009 • NOW HEALTH AND SAFETY SNOOPERS VISIT YOUR HOME

12 November, 2009 • Councils deploy snooping powers 200 times a week

11 November, 2009 • Leave Child-Rearing to Parents, Not the State

11 November, 2009 • DNA profile database plans unveiled

10 November, 2009 • Home Office aspires to read your emails

10 November, 2009 • Police report pregnant woman to social services over half-decorated home

9 November, 2009 • Chipping away at free speech

9 November, 2009 • Army of 'citizen snoopers' recruited by council to spy on neighbours

9 November, 2009 • Mother trailed by policeman and warned by council for telling off son at checkout

7 November, 2009 • ContactPoint database of 11million children’s details to go ahead despite security fears

6 November, 2009 • Who has authority over our children?

5 November, 2009 • Disguising the detention of children

5 November, 2009 • Spy victim mother takes snooping council to court

5 November, 2009 • Curb on Big Brother 'Doesn't Go Far Enough'

4 November, 2009 • Out of Afghanistan, into a police state

4 November, 2009 • Alan Johnson announces plans to curb excessive council surveillance

2 November, 2009 • When in Europe Watch What You Say

28 October, 2009 • Policing of Opinion Has No Place In Our Country

28 October, 2009 • Britain passes Big Brother landmark: More than one in 10 people now on DNA database

28 October, 2009 • Councils get ‘Al Capone’ power to seize assets over minor offences

27 October, 2009 • ID card plan 'needs 28m people to sign up to cover costs'

27 October, 2009 • Brussels 'Home Office' plot to snoop on all of Europe

26 October, 2009 • 'Bedroom snooping' by 2011 census

26 October, 2009 • Innocent protesters' details collected for police databases

26 October, 2009 • Police compiling database of 'domestic extremist' protesters

25 October, 2009 • Secret court seizes £3.2bn from elderly

25 October, 2009 • Brussels is 'Plotting a Spy State"

24 October, 2009 • Want to help the neighbours with the rubbish? It's illegal

22 October, 2009 • Teacher 'bullied' by council for leaving bag of waste paper next to full recycling bin

22 October, 2009 • Social workers remove new-born baby from obese mother

21 October, 2009 • Spying on Communities Contravenes Cherished British Freedom

21 October, 2009 • DNA database now holds profiles of 5.6m Britons (but crimes solved using it falls by a fifth)

22 October, 2009 • Armed police to permanently patrol Britain's streets

21 October, 2009 • Liberty warns of new secret inquests threat

21 October, 2009 • Big Brother Britain: £380 a MINUTE spent on tracking your every click online

21 October, 2009 • Hundreds of council workers duped into answering Health and Safety questions on eating biscuits

19 October, 2009 • Trafigura: 'Never again should a newspaper be barred from reporting Parliament'

15 October, 2009 • MEPs call for compulsory 'EU lessons' in schools

15 October, 2009 • Terror Act used on climate activist

13 October, 2009 • A David for this surveillance Goliath?

12 October, 2009 • Equality database sought by government

12 October, 2009 • £1,000 fine for putting any food scraps in the dustbin

9 October, 2009 • Council Snoops Have Power to Issue £300 Fines

8 October, 2009 • Big Brother culture attacked by country's top barrister

7 October, 2009 • Authoritarian? China’s not a patch on Britain

7 October, 2009 • Amateur photographer is quizzed by police (for taking snap of the sunset)

3 October, 2009 • English children abroad to be included on government database

1 October, 2009 • Couple fail to win return of obese children

1 October, 2009 • The United States of Europe Will Come

29 September, 2009 • Europe spies on your pay and savings

28 September, 2009 • Council hires hoodie spies to rummage through bins and see what is being thrown away

25 September, 2009 • Police threaten to 'put mother in the cells'... for pulling up dead plant from flowerbed

20 September, 2009 • Brown misleads Conference on ID cards

20 September, 2009 • Restaurant use CCTV cameras

15 September, 2009 • Presumed guilty

15 September, 2009 • Police must 'be ordered' to ditch DNA

15 September, 2009 • Holyrood security officials accused of illegally snooping on neighbours

15 September, 2009 • Another invasion of liberty. And only the Tories are alert

16 September, 2009 • Conservatives would cut back ‘Big Brother’ state

13 September, 2009 • Government issues 'snooper handbook' to staff

13 September, 2009 • We need to repeal 12 years of vile laws attacking our liberty

13 September, 2009 • Security guards ban boy, 9, from sailing toy boat on pond because it 'frightens the fish'

12 September, 2009 • Eurocrats to Control Britain's Borders

9 September, 2009 • Police given assault warning over DNA samples taken from children

8 September, 2009 • Does your council persecute households?

7 September, 2009 • MoD spends £426,000 spying on injured soldiers

5 September, 2009 • Town halls are spying on us at tips and in car parks

4 September, 2009 • ID cards: A new layer of compulsion

2 September, 2009 • £500 fine if you put out wheelie bin on the wrong day

25 August, 2009 • CCTV: the worst of all possible worlds

20 August, 2009 • ASBO for buskers who only knew two songs

17 August, 2009 • Millions Wasted on Nonsense 'Nanny-State' Jobs

15 August, 2009 • Police stop and search children as young as two

12 August, 2009 • 300 children a day added to DNA database

11 August, 2009 • Big Brother Britain has more CCTV cameras than China

10 August, 2009 • 1,500 snoop requests made every day

7 August, 2009 • Police told to ignore human rights ruling over DNA database

5 August, 2009 • Government Announces 24-Hour CCTV Surveillance for Bad Parents

4 August, 2009 • CCTV cameras installed in classrooms

4 August, 2009 • EU "Equality" Directive an "Instrument of Oppression" against Religious Believers

3 August, 2009 • ContactPoint database could put 11 million children at risk

1 August, 2009 • Health and safety row over man who died in 18in of water as 999 teams were told it was too risky to rescue him

30 July, 2009 • Drippy health and safety police ban swimmers from doing lengths

30 July, 2009 • Johnson due to unveil new ID card

27 July, 2009 • Get £500 to spy on neighbours

21 July, 2009 • Police given powers to enter homes and tear down anti-Olympics posters during Games

21 July, 2009 • Councils still breaking surveillance laws

18 July, 2009 • Child database: danger of malicious reporting

16 July, 2009 • Police force calls time on stop and search - after using power 3,400 times but failing to make single terror arrest

14 July, 2009 • DNA database expanding by 40,000 profiles a month

10 July, 2009 • On-the-spot fines replace court hearings

6 July, 2009 • £1,000 fines to bolster ID cards as Tories pledge to scrap scheme

1 July, 2009 • ID scheme is an 'embarrassment'

29 June, 2009 • Police 'got it wrong' at G20 summit

25 June, 2009 • Government forced to again deny ID cards U-turn

23 June, 2009 • ‘Police robbed me of my dignity with strip search’

22 June, 2009 • EU security plans threaten freedom, says rights expert

22 June, 2009 • Police criminal records database may be slashed

20 June, 2009 • Twins removed after mother jokes with social workers

17 June, 2009 • Stop and search made for 'racial balance'

16 June, 2009 • Tories 'will end Big Brother state'

16 June, 2009 • Former Law Lord calls ID cards an 'invasion' of civil liberties

12 June, 2009 • Town halls hire citizen snoopers as young as SEVEN to spy on neighbours

12 June, 2009 • Man who dropped a ten pound note is fined £50...for littering

12 June, 2009 • Anti-discrimination laws persecute everyone, including atheists

11 June, 2009 • Big Brother database on adults working with children may ruin innocent lives, warns watchdog

10 June, 2009 • Met police: six officers accused of torturing drug suspects

10 June, 2009 • Has New Mobile Directory Got Your Number?

8 June, 2009 • Fighting Nineteen Eighty-Four

8 June, 2009 • How equality legislation threatens liberty

4 June, 2009 • Police target 'innocent' youths for arrest in bid to increase DNA samples on database

4 June, 2009 • Nanny State Spells End of Pick Your Own Fruit

3 June, 2009 • Ministers warned over DNA plans

28 May, 2009 • The surveillance society is an EU-wide issue

27 May, 2009 • Police chiefs want DNA from minor offenders to be kept on database

27 May, 2009 • MI5 faces fresh torture claims

26 May, 2009 • State recruits an army of snoopers with police-style powers

25 May, 2009 • State 'spying on Heathrow critics'

23 May, 2009 • Over-regulated Britain

22 May, 2009 • Children revolt against classroom CCTV

21 May, 2009 • Surveillance of protesters ruled illegal

19 May, 2009 • CCTV doesn't cut crime

18 May, 2009 • Town halls hire citizen snoopers as young as SEVEN to spy on neighbours and report wrongs

18 May, 2009 • Government child database goes live

16 May, 2009 • Headteachers to get more power to 'snoop'

14 May, 2009 • Health officials brand little boy overweight for being just a pound above NHS guidelines

13 May, 2009 • Calls to disband the Met squad in G20 riots

10 May, 2009 • G20 police 'used undercover men to incite crowds'

7 May, 2009 • Why no respect for the presumption of innocence?

7 May, 2009 • Free Speech in Europe

7 May, 2009 • ID cards: A weapon to beat terrorism or a threat to civil liberties?

7 May, 2009 • Ministers keep innocent on DNA database

28 April, 2009 • David Blunkett: 'ID cards should be scrapped'

28 April, 2009 • More than 180,000 on police DNA database

28 April, 2009 • Phone bills 'will rise' to pay for database

27 April, 2009 • Government climb down over the database

26 April, 2009 • Police could get water cannons

25 April, 2009 • Police can snoop on every email and eavesdrop on Internet phone calls under new plan

24 April, 2009 • Paying billions for our database state

24 April, 2009 • Police caught on tape trying to recruit Plane Stupid protester as spy

23 April, 2009 • A historic attack on liberty

22 April, 2009 • Civil servants want to read your emails

21 April, 2009 • Russian journalist blasts 'Big Brother Britain' and compares it to life in the old Soviet Union

21 April, 2009 • Thought police muscle up in Britain

20 April, 2009 • Police 'taught to treat the public as the enemy'

20 April, 2009 • G20 officer ‘pointed Taser at protesters’

17 April, 2009 • Surveillance evidence to be allowed in court

17 April, 2009 • Home Office dodges the issue on snooping powers

17 April, 2009 • Ministers to review councils' use of anti-terrorism surveillance powers

16 April, 2009 • DNA database: proven guilty

16 April, 2009 • Police, protest and the surveillance society

15 April, 2009 • DNA database brands people as criminals, says professor

15 April, 2009 • Internet privacy: Britain in the dock

14 April, 2009 • Eyeball spy turns the tables on Big Brother

14 April, 2009 • Abuse of police powers is unexceptiona

7 April, 2009 • Wasteful empire-building of ID agency

6 April, 2009 • Campaigners warn of user data creep

5 April, 2009 • Plan For `Internal Borders` Within The UK

3 April, 2009 • The Government wants to know about your day trip to the Isle of Wight

3 April, 2009 • Communications database could be brought in without parliamentary debate

3 April, 2009 • Why did the police punish bystanders?

2 April, 2009 • No 'surveillance society' for British, says Minister

2 April, 2009 • Police diversity guide derided for 'political correctness'

1 April, 2009 • National police database to share intelligence on millions

1 April, 2009 • Student finds mobile phone and is ARRESTED after handing it in to police

31 March, 2009 • DNA database grows faster than forecast

31 March, 2009 • Big Brother is watching: surveillance box to track drivers is backed

31 March, 2009 • Council accused of wasting cash after hiring ‘spy plane’ for £30

30 March, 2009 • 'Transexual joke led to police warning'

29 March, 2009 • Government advertisements run 10,000 times a day

29 March, 2009 • Headteacher bans eggs at Easter because of health and safety fears

29 March, 2009 • Big Brother is watching Bridgend

26 March, 2009 • Councils spied on public 10,000 times

26 March, 2009 • Government to monitor Facebook in 'Big Brother' database plan

25 March, 2009 • Council spying: List of odd uses for anti-terror powers

25 March, 2009 • Government to monitor Facebook in 'Big Brother' database plan

23 March, 2009 • Illegal government databases and what we can do about them

23 March, 2009 • Quarter of UK's databases are 'illegal'

22 March, 2009 • New rights spark ‘nanny state’ row

18 March, 2009 • Brits consider tracking all UK Facebook traffic

16 March, 2009 • Channel 4 defends use of hidden cameras in schools

12 March, 2009 • Pub landlord wins right not to fit CCTV cameras

12 March, 2009 • DNA bank for pregnant women

12 March, 2009 • Disturbing report into policing of Kingsnorth protest

11 March, 2009 • Internet ad tracking system will put a 'spy camera' in the homes of millions

4 March, 2009 • CCTV installed to monitor classrooms

2 March, 2009 • UK underground centre that is spy capital of the world

1 March, 2009 • Liberty groups unite to defend UK rights

27 February, 2009 • Database makes suspects of us all, watchdog warns

26 February, 2009 • Mass civil liberties rallies planned for UK

25 February, 2009 • Big Brother spy drones may soon hover over your home

25 February, 2009 • Fight against terror 'spells end of privacy'

24 February, 2009 • Straw forced into retreat over ‘Big Brother’ data sharing plan

24 February, 2009 • Remote-controlled planes could spy on British homes

23 February, 2009 • Blunkett warns over ‘Big Brother’ Britain

22 February, 2009 • Hazel Blears to attack political correctness

22 February, 2009 • Privacy law threat to Gordon Brown's phone tap plan

22 February, 2009 • Straw is told to ditch the 'snoop' law on personal data

20 February, 2009 • Children as young as two 'must be tested for obesity'

19 February, 2009 • UK has 'suffered wholesale removal of civil liberties'

17 February, 2009 • Ex spy chief says government risks "police state"

12 February, 2009 • Primary school receptionist 'facing sack' after daughter talks about Jesus to classmate

12 February, 2009 • Whatever happened to free speech?

11 February, 2009 • Councils to be given power to snoop on calls and emails

10 February, 2009 • The secret police are watching you

8 February, 2009 • Spy centre will track you on holiday

8 February, 2009 • The Government is creating a surveillance state

6 February, 2009 • Surveillance state is threat to freedom, say peers

2 February, 2009 • Call for two-child limit on families from Government adviser

2 February, 2009 • DNA tests done without consent

30 January, 2009 • Welcome to the brave new world of broadband for all – and Big Brother

26 January, 2009 • Food police come knocking on your kitchen door

26 January, 2009 • Child database plans unveiled

14 January, 2009 • Census answers could be passed to snoopers

14 January, 2009 • New giant database will store private details of EVERY person in 'Big Brother' Britain

12 January, 2009 • An Englishman's home is no longer his castle

10 January, 2009 • Call for safeguards over Big Brother database

10 January, 2009 • Now even police can't object to gipsy camp in picturesque village...because it's racist

9 January, 2009 • Email law 'attacks civil liberties'

7 January, 2009 • Britain's jack-booted paramilitary police

7 January, 2009 • Hundreds of children's details added to database every day

5 January, 2009 • UK's database plan condemned by Europe

31 December, 2008 • UK's database plan condemned by Europe

31 December, 2008 • Private firm may run 'Big Brother' database

27 December, 2008 • ASA to Outlaw Prediction and Opinion

24 December, 2008 • Churches rebel against PC carols

29 December, 2008 • One woman on every fire engine ... the latest demand from the PC brigade

21 December, 2008 • PC brigade’s bleak outlook

18 December, 2008 • ID cards now available in Sheffield

15 December, 2008 • Terrorism Act cited over wedding photos

15 December, 2008 • Terrorism Act cited over wedding photos

15 December, 2008 • Big Brother Database Fears

14 December, 2008 • Woman told to remove Christmas lights to avoid offending non-Christian neighbours

12 December, 2008 • Most Britons think UK is turning into police state

12 December, 2008 • Politically correct Christmas carols censor 'king', 'son' and 'virgin'

11 December, 2008 • School choir forced to pull out of Christmas concert as carols were 'too religious'

9 December, 2008 • Lollipop man 'in tears' over tinsel ban

7 December, 2008 • Queen's Speech reveals how few decisions Parliament has left to make

6 December, 2008 • More children now being removed from families by social workers

5 December, 2008 • Anti-terror laws used to swoop on paperboys - for not having the correct paperwork

4 December, 2008 • Government Buries Database State Powers in Corners Bill

4 December, 2008 • The Big Brother state – by stealth

4 December, 2008 • Holding DNA of innocent breaches human rights

3 December, 2008 • A Bill to build the database state

3 December, 2008 • Crime Branch Detectives investigate politically incorrect remarks

3 December, 2008 • Big Brother police to get 'war-time' power to demand ID in the street

3 December, 2008 • Police accused of searching Commons without a warrant

1 December, 2008 • Welcome to Soviet Britain

1 December, 2008 • Man arrested for lighting Guy Fawkes Night bonfire on village green

28 November, 2008 • Are We a Tinpot Dectatorship or a Democracy

21 November, 2008 • 'Big Brother' database plan shelved

21 November, 2008 • A lifetime of ID control – at a price

21 November, 2008 • Huge fines if ID card details wrong

19 November, 2008 • Councils to be banned from using anti-terror powers to snoop on people

17 November, 2008 • An unhealthy invasion of privacy

17 November, 2008 • Father put in cells for smacking

12 November, 2008 • Reams of legislation have focused on our private lives

11 November, 2008 • Student unions ban blood donation advertising posters

11 November, 2008 • Waves of EU law leave us foundering

9 November, 2008 • Excessive Political Correctness

5 November, 2008 • The Land of the Unfree

5 November, 2008 • Costs of the ID Card scheme is to rise

4 November, 2008 • 1 in 6 adults on DNA database by 2012

29 October, 2008 • Bosses 'ignore toxic data risk'

29 October, 2008 • Seven fat children taken into care

29 October, 2008 • Home Office to investigate police curbs on press freedom

27 October, 2008 • Former UK Minister Predicts European Nations Will Form One Government

27 October, 2008 • As yet another liberty disappears, why are MPs silent?

27 October, 2008 • Police to do finger print scans in the street

27 October, 2008 • EU 'imposing too many UK laws'

23 October, 2008 • Oxford Neonatologist Says Time Has Come to Consider “Mandatory Organ Donation”

23 October, 2008 • Government scraps 'Big Brother' database

23 October, 2008 • Curbs on freedom of speech

23 October, 2008 • Boy, 16, banned from using Hoover or hot water under health and safety rules

22 October, 2008 • UK ranked 23rd for press freedom

21 October, 2008 • The database state is almost upon us

21 October, 2008 • Big Brother database threatens to 'break the back of freedom'

16 October, 2008 • Man banned from cleaning up his garden as it is too tidy already

15 October, 2008 • Data storage shake-up 'Orwellian'

15 October, 2008 • Phones log plan 'is awful Big Brother nightmare'

15 October, 2008 • Jacqui Smith plans broad new 'Big Brother' surveillance powers

15 October, 2008 • Jacqui Smith plans broad new 'Big Brother' surveillance powers

14 October, 2008 • Town Hall turnips have lost the plot

12 October, 2008 • ID cards plan in crisis as the 'guinea pigs' revolt"

12 October, 2008 • Homeowner told to take down fence he repaired due to planning laws

10 October, 2008 • Ofsted to judge all schools on quality of dinners and sex education

10 October, 2008 • School classroom CCTV raises privacy fears

9 October, 2008 • Warning over ‘Big Brother’ terror law

9 October, 2008 • Gardener arrested and taken to court for carrying work scythe in van

9 October, 2008 • Gardener ordered to take down barbed wire to protect thieves

8 October 2008 • 'Big Brother' council sends 12 officials to check on one pet

9 October, 2008 • Teenagers banned from using Marmite

8 October, 2008 • Red tape becoming a greater burden for businesses

8 October, 2008 • Red tape getting worse, businesses say>

8 October, 2008 • £12bn database 'wouldn't spot terrorists'

6 October, 2008 • Take obese children into care, says health expert

5 October, 2008 • Government spies could scan every call, text and email

2 October, 2008 • Most People Don't Realize Their ISPs Are Already Spying On Them

1 October, 2008 • Permit needed pave over your front garden to create parking space

1 October 2008 • Human rights concern over 42 days

30 September, 2008 • Europe-wide ID cards scheme in the spotlight

27 September, 2008 • School bans playground games

26 September, 2008 • ID cards for sheep

25 September , 2008 • A state for snoopers

24 September, 2008 • Nanny knows best

24 September , 2008 • Scanner that can read your mind

22 September, 2008 • Hidden camera plan for lollipop ladies

18 September, 2008 • Government seeks more ways to spy on people

18 September, 2008 • Government seeks more ways to spy on people

18 September, 2008 • 'Bin police' caught using ladders to spy on householders

15 September , 2008 • Fears over database of 50 million car journeys

11 September , 2008 • EU making “frightening” grab for personal data

10 September, 2008• Villagers banned from parking outside their own homes

10 September, 2008 • Park attendants ordered to interrogate adults spotted without children

9 September, 2008 • Government unveils ID cards

4 September, 2008 • Labour has created 3,600 new offences since 1997

7 September, 2006 • Freedoms vanishing under the weight of totalitarian pettiness

5 September, 2006 • Labour's 3,600 new ways of making you a criminal

30 August, 2008 • Labour proposes huge increase in state surveillance

26 August, 2008 • Child protection database 'will be used to prosecute young people'

13 August, 2008 • A big state means a spying state

13 August, 2008 • 1,093 different public bodies can apply for access to your data

13 August, 2008 • Government wants powers to open your private email

11 August, 2008 • Spy more on your citizens, councils urged

6 August, 2008 • Unmanned drone planes to spy on British citizens

27 July, 2007 • Anti-terror laws used by Councils to spy on employees

16 July, 2008 • Big Brother database will 'ruin British way of life'

21 July, 2008 • ID cards will not improve security

16 July, 2006 • Using 18 pieces of legislation, this Government has taken a sledgehammer to our rights

15 July, 2008 • Database of every phone call and email 'a step too far'

2 June, 2007 • Majority of UK's CCTV cameras 'are illegal'

31 May, 2007 • The Orwellian Legacy of Tony Blair

21 May, 2007 • The Orwellian Legacy of Tony Blair