A detective constable has been dismissed for gross misconduct following an Operation Elveden investigation, Scotland Yard said. He faced allegations of misconduct of honesty and integrity, orders and instructions, confidentiality and discreditable ... BBC, 1 month ago
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The first journalist convicted of conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office has escaped imprisonment after being given a six-month sentence suspended for one year. The former News of the World reporter, who cannot be named for legal ...Press Gazette, 6 days ago Sun journalist cleared of misconduct BBC, 1 week ago Sun journalist Clodagh Hartley cleared of illegally paying corrupt tax official Capital Bay, 3 weeks ago Irish journalist cleared of making unlawful payments for information Irish Times, 3 weeks ago
Rachel Summers, director of Thomas Ridley 09/12/2014 09:36:00 Elveden's local food distribution operations have been acquired by Thomas Ridley Foodservice in a deal that also includes the Tastes of Anglia wholesale trading business. Thomas ...Cost Sector Catering, 1 week ago Thomas Ridley Foodservice acquires Elveden Food Hub Food Business Review, 1 week ago
The numbers were mistakenly given to officers working on Operation Elveden which is investigating allegations of illegal payments to public officials by journalists. The detectives had asked the telecoms company for phone data about a single ...Independent Radio News, 3 weeks ago VODAFONE : Sends 1,700 Numbers To Cops By Mistake 4 Traders, 3 weeks ago
The phone operator Vodafone has handed over the mobile phone records of more than 1,700 News UK staff, including many journalists, to the Metropolitan Police, The Times newspaper reports. The news emerged as the British government announced it was ...Reporters Sans Frontières, 2 weeks ago 'Potential remedies' being looked at by News UK over Vodafone's handover of 1,700 staff phone records to police Press Gazette, 2 weeks ago Vodafone in the Dock After Leaking Hacks Records to Cops Infosecurity Today, 3 weeks ago Vodafone Blames Human Error For Handing News UK Phone Records To Police TechWeekEurope UK, 3 weeks ago
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A Sun reporter told a court how he challenged a break-in at a youth club near his home shortly before his arrest under Operation Elveden. Jamie Pyatt, 51, who is accused ofof paying public officials for confidential information at The Sun between ...Press Gazette, 3 weeks ago
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How a reporter escaped jail but had their life destroyed for publishing two public interest stories about a killer
Another day at the Old Bailey watching the slow-motion car crash of a journalist's life being destroyed. There was huge relief yesterday among the many colleagues who had turned out to show their support when the first reporter convicted as a ...Press Gazette, 15 hours ago Jon Venables prison officer jailed BBC, 6 days ago Venables tip journalist avoids jail Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 6 days ago Reporter avoids jail for prison tip Capital Bay, 6 days ago
Press release: Planned roadworks in the East of England: weekly for Monday 8 - Sunday 14 December 2014
Managing, improving and investing in the road network , Transport and UK economy The following information summarises the work being carried out this coming week. It is correct as of the above date but could be subject to change due to weather ...Government UK, 1 week ago Planned roadworks in the East of England: weekly for Monday 8 - Sunday 14 December 2014 Noodls, 1 week ago News story: Planned roadworks in the East of England: weekly summary for Monday 17 - Sunday 23 November 2014 Government UK, 1 month ago
Category: Legal Technologies The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) is set to investigate Vodafone after it erroneously sent over a thousand phone records to the Metropolitan Police. The force only wanted the details of one phone number, ...Ontrack Data Recovery, 1 week ago Vodafone sends 1700 phone numbers to UK police by mistake Islam Times, 3 weeks ago Vodafone sends 1700 numbers to police Press TV, 3 weeks ago
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