Spy Agency Victim Gets Minor Victory

A British spy who claimed that she was pestered for sex by her spy boss was unlawfully victimised, an employment tribunal has ruled this week. The agent has partially won her case against the spy agency – but her married boss was cleared of harassing her.  The spy agency (which cannot be named due to matters of national security) now...

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Paranormal Investigation aka New Parent Surveillance

Within a month of first becoming a new parent, you suddenly seem to have acquired numerous battery-operated toys that either bleep, squeak, play nursery rhymes or - in more severe cases - make obscure animal noises.  For the most part these are fine but they do have a habit of making you jump out of your skin when they...

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Peeping On The Poopers!

Dog owners who fail to clean up after their pooches are to be caught by spy cameras in Scotland, to help protect staff whose job it is to issue fines. Last Summer (Remember that? It was when the sun didn't come out!), enforcement officers working in Glasgow city centre were issued with hi-tech camera badges for a three-month trial.  They...

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