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Scotland Yard sacks seven for misusing social media and Officer resigns over offensive Tweets about Margaret Thatcher

Scotland Yard sacks seven for misusing social media and Officer resigns over offensive Tweets about Margaret Thatcher

Read more at the Evening Standard

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Parliament Street investigates social media policy at the Department for Transport

Up to five workers at the Department for Transport have been sacked for misuse of social media, Parliament Street finds.

Read the story in the Huffington Post »

by · 22nd January 2013 · frontpage
North Korea defector urges European help

North Korea defector urges European help

In a new paper, North Korean defector Kim Joo Il says improvements to human rights in North Korea can only happen with Europe’s support.

Read coverage in DW »

by · 14th January 2013 · frontpage
Eleven sacked for using Twitter

Eleven sacked for using Twitter

Parliament Street investigates social media policy at the Department of Work and Pensions.

Read more in the Guardian »

by · 9th January 2013 · frontpage
Latin and Greek “should be taught in every school”

Latin and Greek “should be taught in every school”

In a research report for Parliament Street, John N Davie argues that Latin should be a core part of the curriculum.

by · 24th December 2012 · frontpage

BBC sacks two workers for Twitter misuse, Parliament Street discovers

A Parliament Street investigation discovers that the BBC has sacked two members of staff for misusing social media.

Read more in the Daily Telegraph »

by · 27th November 2012 · frontpage
Changes needed to Inquiries Act 2005, argues opinion paper

Changes needed to Inquiries Act 2005, argues opinion paper

The Inquiries Act needs urgent amendment if public inquiries are to inspire confidence in the public, Alex Hawley argues.

by · 7th October 2012 · frontpage