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1 Jodie sets her sights on Miss International crown
2 Elderly woman found dead outside property
3 Aducanumab, amyloid and culture wars
4 Plans to amend balconies on controversial flat development approved
5 Shops, cafes and restaurants in with a chance of being named the best in the East Midlands
6 Jonathan Manthorpe: Washington siege warns of need for preemptive reform in Canada
7 Jonathan Manthorpe: Crisis liberates Canada's Asia policy from its China fixation
8 Commonwealth Ombud to step down in July Federal Michael Manthorpe has called time on his 37
9 Douglas Todd: Manthorpe shifts from totalitarian China to rebooting Atlantic democracies
10 The latest planning applications in the area
11 COVID-19: Is it worth giving the Pfizer jab to 12-year-olds? Vaccine experts now face an ethical dilemma
12 Fastly: Internet outage is a cautionary tale about the fragility of the web
13 Norwich ballet teacher, Beryl Manthorp, has died aged 99
14 Robodebt: Services Australia continued to recover debts despite risk that they were 'legally insufficient'
15 Richards Buell Sutton LLP and Manthorpe Law Joining Forces
16 What we know about the Covid strain found in Bristol
17 NEIL MANTHORP: Enjoy the cricket — it might be the last for some time
18 NDIS assessments: ombudsman warns against rushing changes
19 China Rising, Episode 6: Under Pressure
20 COVID-19: Lockdown data suggests people have become used to bending the rules
21 COVID-19: Test and Trace barely used check-in data from pubs and restaurants
22 Many Canadians have been 'naïve at best and self-delusional at worst' in dealings with China, says journalist and author Manthorpe
23 NHS facing legal challenge over data deal with controversial Silicon Valley firm Palantir
24 COVID-19: Every UK adult could be offered a vaccine by mid-July
25 UK government censured for a lack of transparency and accountability
26 Privacy concerns over ACT police's 'cavalier' approach to data powers Friday April 30, 2021 By Melissa
27 COVID-19: Rejected contracts and a Hollywood movie
28 COVID-19: 'Large number' of contact tracers to be sacked
29 Political parties engaged in 'systemic abuse of personal data', complaint alleges
30 COVID-19: Contact tracers fired after Test and Trace told to 'reduce staff' as case numbers fall
31 COVID-19: Data revealing the UK's lockdown habits is coming from an unexpected place
32 COVID-19: How the Oxford University algorithm decides who should be shielding
33 COVID-19: Sir Patrick Vallance makes clear we won't see the back of the virus any time soon
34 Coronavirus: 'Dr Johnny Bananas' and 'Dr Person Fakename' among medical signatories on herd immunity open letter
35 COVID-19: We could see a fresh increase in coronavirus infections soon... and then there's Christmas
36 COVID-19 vaccine rollout may be delayed
37 COVID-19 infection rate plummets in England, says Imperial College study
38 COVID-19: Greece travel corridor brought in 'a large amount of virus', say UK experts
39 COVID-19: Speculation about second lockdown may have caused rise in coronavirus infections, scientists say
40 COVID-19: When will lockdown be lifted? If the PM follows the science it will happen very, very slowly
41 The 1,000-year-old Lincolnshire tree with a hollowed-out trunk that was used as a dining room
42 COVID-19: Major UK testing lab suffers coronavirus outbreak after claims of safety breaches
43 COVID-19: How England's lockdown leak created surge of social activity that may have spread coronavirus
44 COVID-19 app payment loophole won't be fixed by the end of England lockdown
45 AFP has 'cavalier approach' to data powers
46 What are England's chances of making it out of lockdown on time?
47 COVID-19: Three intensive care units in London 'full' on New Year's Eve, leaked email shows
48 Coronavirus: 'Fat finger error' gives contact-tracing app users wrong alert levels
49 Coronavirus: Contact-tracing app has only sent one alert about an outbreak in a venue
50 COVID-19: Compliance with restrictions at highest point since first lockdown, new data reveals
51 Revealed: How ministers are planning to seize control of policy from Public Health England
52 Coronavirus: History repeating itself with second lockdown
53 Coronavirus: Why the missing 15,841 COVID-19 cases will affect everyone
54 Language lessons revive question about the term 'ombudsman'
55 COVID-19: Test and Trace boss Dido Harding defends 'essential' £37bn service
56 COVID-19: Liverpool mass testing pilot not reaching city's poorest people, leaked documents show
57 BOOK REVIEW | ‘Claws of the Panda: Beijing’s Campaign of Influence and Intimidation in Canada’ by Jonathan Manthorpe
58 Canada has a serious democratic deficit
59 Living with nature: five wildlife-friendly construction innovations
60 ServicesAus' tech systems made robodebt worse
61 Polypipe acquires Manthorpe Building Products for £52m
62 Protest over flats proposal
63 Inside the 16th century Lincolnshire 'Plague House' that's now a family home
64 Rowland Manthorpe
65 Cops are getting full URLs under Australia's data retention scheme
66 COVID-19: 70% of Test and Trace contracts were awarded without any competition
67 Clock ticks for Highland community with days to raise £1.7m to buy deserted estate
68 Next generation battle for Euro selection at England U23/U20 Champs
69 Defence Force abuse reports rose again in 2020 as reparation payments approach $36 million: Commonwealth Ombudsman
70 Coronavirus: Major UK testing company broke health and safety laws at height of pandemic
71 Ombudsman report exposes 'brutality' of Australia's immigration detention network, Greens say
72 Coronavirus: England's contact tracing system reaching lowest percentage of people since its launch
73 COVID-19: Test and Trace leaked slides reveal Christmas 'reset' plans
74 Coronavirus: People told to self-isolate stopped from claiming £500 grant by flaw in contact tracing app
75 AFP misused metadata powers
76 Police, firefighters, paramedics and air ambulance rush to serious crash on busy Lincolnshire road
77 Coronavirus: New boss of Test and Trace app Gaby Appleton only contracted for six months
78 Museum to present Story of Battleship Delaware Nov. 16
79 Movers & shakers: Australian to lead global ombud body for first time
80 Coronavirus: Some users of NHS tracing app incorrectly given COVID-19 exposure alerts
81 Coronavirus: NHS contact tracing app to stop sending 'false alarms' after update
82 Head of UK's data watchdog working from home... in Canada
83 Coronavirus: More than 7,000 people given wrong dates for self-isolation by Test and Trace
84 A-levels: Exam regulator ignored expert help after statisticians wouldn't sign non-disclosure agreements
85 Campaigners call for old hospital to be saved as a community hub
86 Are driverless cars coming to British roads?
87 PODCAST: Without Graeme Smith our cricketing future is bleak
88 Coronavirus: The problem with the PM's plan for 'moonshot' tests is they don't exist
89 Coronavirus: I got an antibody test. But do they really tell us anything?
90 Coronavirus: Scientists say two-week half-term lockdown could save thousands of lives
91 Police Indigenous policies up for review
92 Coronavirus: What the latest data tells us about the spread of COVID-19
93 Family appeal for footage after daughters involved in crash
94 Canadian farmers can no longer depend on China for trade: Global Business Forum
95 Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg: We need to save internet from Chinese influence
96 Coronavirus: Why doesn't the UK test passengers arriving at airports?
97 COVID-19: Hospital admissions, and what's happened since lockdown lifted
98 Coronavirus: Test and Trace in England is not going to reach everyone
99 Simulation software aids social distancing
100 Book review: Dragging the dragon out from the shadows