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I’ve been a bit quiet on here recently, so apologies. That said I’ve not taken my eye off the situation.

 

Is there a legitimate role for facial recognition in policing and law enforcement?

This is the testimony given by Chief Constable Jeremy Vaughan ahead of the discussion on facial recognition technology held at the London School of Economics on the 14 June 2022.

 

Gwynedd Council by-pass Welsh Labour as Cardiff Bay minister slam the brakes on road-building

Discontent between local and devolved government has been brought to the surface as Wales’ most nationalist council looks to Westminster for funds to construct a by-pass as the Labour Government’s road-building freeze approaches its first anniversary.

FAMILY SEARCH FOR ANSWERS OVER FATHER’S ASBESTOS CANCER DEATH ON ACTION MESOTHELIOMA DAY

The family of a former carpenter are trying to track down his former colleagues to find out what could have caused the asbestos-related cancer which led to his death.

Something that will never happen in Wales. New watchdog launches investigation into role of government bodies in regulating combined sewer overflows

The Office for Environmental Protection (OEP) is to carry out an investigation into the roles of Ofwat, the Environment Agency and the Secretary of State for DEFRA in the regulation of combined sewer overflows (CSOs) in England.

A call for the Labour Government to reform the outdated and unfair local government funding formula

Welsh Conservatives have reiterated their call for the Welsh Labour Government to reform the outdated and unfair local government funding formula in the Siambr today (Wednesday 29th).

Section 19 flood reports relating to Abercwmboi, Fernhill and Porth

The Council has published two Section 19 reports under the Flood and Water Management Act 2010 following Storm Dennis, with 15 now published in total. The latest reports focus on Abercwmboi and Fernhill, and Porth, respectively. 

Get help with summer holiday childcare costs

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is reminding thousands of parents and families in Wales not to miss out on financial support that can help pay for childcare during the summer holidays.

 

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