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UK Information Commissioner: EU GDPR and Cyber Security go ‘hand in hand’

The head of the British organisation responsible for enforcing data security gave a clear sense of direction to businesses about changing official attitudes to personal data acquisition. Elizabeth Denham, a world-renowned data security expert, prior to being appointed in 2016, shared four key principles in the ICO’s direction of travel: 1) “Thinking that GDPR is… Keep Reading

Coincheck: The World’s Biggest Cryptocurrency Theft

One of Asia’s biggest digital currency exchanges – Coincheck – has admitted the loss of around $534 million worth of cryptocurrency following an attack on its network. The Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan-based company said hackers broke in at 02:57am local time on Friday (12:57pm EST on Thursday, 25 January). However, the breach went undetected for nearly… Keep Reading

Brussels Faces Czechxit Vote

(Prague) Expansionist eurocrats were rocked today as Miloš Zeman was re-elected to the Czech presidency. Richard Bingley, a regional security specialist, as well as UKIP’s spokesperson for Home Affairs, said: “Mr Zeman committed to an EU membership referendum in last Thursday’s national TV debate. Of course, we’ll see how the Czech people vote. But today’s… Keep Reading

No ‘Ifs’ or ‘Buts’ …

Racist Female Hate Crime Protestor Should Be Prosecuted A female protestor who waved a poster saying ‘No Country for Old WHITE MEN’ at a recent (supposed) anti-racism protest in London, should be prosecuted, says UKIP’s Shadow Cabinet Member for Home Affairs. Richard Bingley said: “This is disgusting and debased remark to put on a public poster. If… Keep Reading

Brexit and Czechxit, Dominate Presidential TV Debate

Prague – The final TV debate of a bitter contest for the Czech presidency, will have sent tremors tonight into Brussels and Strasbourg. Tough-talking veteran, President Miloš Zeman, pledged to hold a referendum on EU membership, if re-elected. Contender Jiří Drahoš, who increasingly sounds like a wetter version of Vince Cable, told Czech National TV… Keep Reading

May’s “Negligence” Over Law Enforcement Cuts

According to data released this week, almost every area of reported crime has risen, in a large part due to taxpayers’ money being diverted overseas, say UKIP. Richard Bingley, UKIP’s Home Affairs spokesperson said: “Since 2010 our police, crown prosecutors, and prisons staff have been cut beyond recognition. This week’s sad and depressing crime data… Keep Reading

Czech President Gives Immigration Lesson to EU Leaders

(PRAGUE) Czech President, Milos Zeman, closed in on reelection next weekend, after roasting German Chancellor Angela Merkel for her immigration policies. The veteran Social Democrat told his audience: “I said to her that when she invites friends into her house, she should not then send them to her neighbours for lunch.” Zeman was directly referring… Keep Reading

UKIP send best wishes to James Brokenshire MP

UKIP has responded to the positive news today that Old Bexley and Sidcup MP, James Brokenshire, is recovering well after a serious lung operation. Mr Brokenshire stood down due to ill-health as Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, in the January 2018 government reshuffle. Richard Bingley, UKIP’s Home Affairs Spokesperson said: “Putting politics to one… Keep Reading


Germany’s elite police squad GSG 9, which deals with terrorist attacks, is to become significantly larger and will set up a second base in Berlin. GSG 9 commander Jérome Fuchs stated, “If you look at comparable terrorist situations across Europe, then it was often capital cities that were affected,” Fuchs told the station. “It is essential that… Keep Reading

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