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Friday 21 September 2018

“Fryer Gate” – University of Derby’s Missing Fire Escape

Exclusive story from the Derbyshire Independent: The University of Derby ignored warnings that it needed a fire escape in the six-storey 'Copper Building' at...

First year law student spots that student loans’ terms and conditions...

A first year law student has caused turmoil within the Student Loans Company (SLC), the body set up by government to oversee university loans...

BREXIT – The Movie

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTMxfAkxfQ0&feature=youtu.be *VIDEO* Time to join forces across party lines and fight the most significant battle of our generation. It’s not about the next ten months, or even...

Home Office spooks smear campaigner

Home Office stays silent after evidence of a covert smear campaign by officials. David Gale is voluntary CEO of Kids for Cash UK (K4CUK), an organisation...

Crown Prosecution Service failed to review child sex abuse case

The recent decision of the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) not to prosecute Greville Janner may be the subject of future judicial deliberations but Kids for Cash UK's David...

Petition to prosecute ministers who cause harm to vulnerable people

Please sign my petition to prosecute ministers who knowingly cause harm to vulnerable people. It is not acceptable for a Minister of the Crown to implement...

Hidden! Derby City Council’s missing £millions

Derby City Council concealed the waste of up to £40 million of tax payers' money, lost through missed efficiency savings, unnecessary consultancy, and duplicated spend on information technology. Senior council members and...

School bus pass post code lottery

Derby's David Gale has today called for an end to the school bus pass post code lottery. Citing major differences in the cost to...

Shaun Wright’s case is symptomatic of a wider issue

The resignation of Shaun Wright as Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire may feel like a vindication of those who have called for his...

BBC in jeopardy as TV tax goes critical

Licence payers are deserting the UK’s television tax in droves as more switch off broadcast television and rely on the internet for their entertainment. In...