News archive from 21 March 2013, page 17

Data changes leave £42.8m shortfall

British taxpayers will have to "pick up the tab" for a £42.8 million funding shortfall at the data watchdog when new rules from Brussels come into force, MPs have warned. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) will see its workload...

 

Gap in pupil exclusions highlighted

Boys and youngsters with special educational needs are still much more likely to be expelled from school than their classmates, the Children's Commissioner said. In a new report on school exclusions Dr Maggie Atkinson warned that there is an...

 

'Setback' over breast cancer drug

A cancer charity has expressed its disappointment after the health regulator said a new drug to treat breast cancer was "not value for money". In new draft guidance, the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice)...

 

Celebrities mark Twitter milestone

A host of celebrities have celebrated seven years of Twitter. Sir Richard Branson, Gary Lineker and Robbie Williams were among tweeters who shared their thoughts about the social network. The first ever tweet was sent in San Francisco, California, by...

 

Gap in pupil exclusions highlighted

Boys and youngsters with special educational needs are still much more likely to be expelled from school than their classmates, the Children's Commissioner said. In a new report on school exclusions Dr Maggie Atkinson warned that there is an...

 

Police 'too timid' over disability

Tragic cases such as the deaths of Fiona Pilkington and her daughter could be repeated because police officers are too embarrassed to ask victims of crime if they are disabled, inspectors have warned. Disabled people told a joint review of disability...

 

Celebrities mark Twitter milestone

A host of celebrities have celebrated seven years of Twitter. Sir Richard Branson, Gary Lineker and Robbie Williams were among tweeters who shared their thoughts about the social network. The first ever tweet was sent in San Francisco, California, by...

 

Gap in pupil exclusions highlighted

Boys and youngsters with special educational needs are still much more likely to be expelled from school than their classmates, the Children's Commissioner said. In a new report on school exclusions Dr Maggie Atkinson warned that there is an...

 

Gap in pupil exclusions highlighted

Boys and youngsters with special educational needs are still much more likely to be expelled from school than their classmates, the Children's Commissioner said. In a new report on school exclusions Dr Maggie Atkinson warned that there is an...

 

Data changes leave £42.8m shortfall

British taxpayers will have to "pick up the tab" for a £42.8 million funding shortfall at the data watchdog when new rules from Brussels come into force, MPs have warned. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) will see its workload...

 

Celebrities mark Twitter milestone

A host of celebrities have celebrated seven years of Twitter. Sir Richard Branson, Gary Lineker and Robbie Williams were among tweeters who shared their thoughts about the social network. The first ever tweet was sent in San Francisco, California, by...

 

Gap in pupil exclusions highlighted

Boys and youngsters with special educational needs are still much more likely to be expelled from school than their classmates, the Children's Commissioner said. In a new report on school exclusions Dr Maggie Atkinson warned that there is an...

 

Data changes leave £42.8m shortfall

British taxpayers will have to "pick up the tab" for a £42.8 million funding shortfall at the data watchdog when new rules from Brussels come into force, MPs have warned. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) will see its workload...

 

Data changes leave £42.8m shortfall

British taxpayers will have to "pick up the tab" for a £42.8 million funding shortfall at the data watchdog when new rules from Brussels come into force, MPs have warned. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) will see its workload...

 

Gap in pupil exclusions highlighted

Boys and youngsters with special educational needs are still much more likely to be expelled from school than their classmates, the Children's Commissioner said. In a new report on school exclusions Dr Maggie Atkinson warned that there is an...

 


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