Clustify - document clustering
 Home  |  Newsletter  |  My Articles  |  My Account  |  Help 

Location: Categories / Society, Politics & Culture / Regional Politics & News / Europe / United Kingdom & Ireland

Magazine articles on politics and society in the United Kingdom & Ireland.
Old Articles: <Older 101-110 Newer>
IEEE Spectrum
January 2006
Erico Guizzo
Loser: Britain's Identity Crisis Proposed biometric ID cards won't prevent fraud or terrorism mark for My Articles 345 similar articles
January 2006
Michael Gee
The Last Page - Royal @ In a web-based monarchy, there are no bans on fox-hunting: Now that the real world is an obsolete concept, the Windsors are on even terms with us commoners, at least on the Internet, where they can indulge that most priceless of perks -- anonymity. mark for My Articles 26 similar articles
November 2005
Daniel Koffler
Breaking Curfew Citing the European Convention on Human Rights, a 15-year-old brought an anti-curfew suit against the London suburb of Richmond and the Metropolitan Police, and convinced Lord Justice Brooke that he has the right to "walk the streets without interference from police." mark for My Articles 164 similar articles
Pharmaceutical Executive
October 1, 2005
Sarah Houlton
Global Report: Animal Attacks While efforts are being made to reduce animal use, animal testing will remain essential for the foreseeable future, and protests are sure to continue in one form or another. The success of the new legislative regime in the UK now appears to be driving some of the protesters abroad. mark for My Articles 127 similar articles
September 15, 2005
Malcolm Wheatley
London's Cameras In the eyes of the British public, CCTV has become the police's first port of call and a high-tech crime-fighting tool. Yet police receive no special training in analyzing CCTV footage, nor any high-tech tools, a technical support officer. mark for My Articles 75 similar articles
Bio-IT World
August 15, 2005
Melissa Kruse
London Calls on Gene Codes Database The United Kingdom contracted with software company Gene Codes to use its Mass Fatality Identification System (M-FISys) for disaster recovery efforts and as a missing persons database. The system was used for categorizing the victims of the July 7 London bombings. mark for My Articles 19 similar articles
Bio-IT World
August 2005
Maureen McDonough
U.K. Framework Offers Stem Cells a Future The United Kingdom has managed to cut through the noise surrounding stem cell research, creating a regulatory framework that fosters an environment of international collaboration and excellent R&D programs. And they try to do it all in an ethical way. mark for My Articles 331 similar articles
August 15, 2005
Varon & Niccolai
Mobile IT Calms London After Bombings A London IT director and Underground rider used his Blackberry to provide fellow riders with information and communicate with loved ones during the London bombings. mark for My Articles
August 15, 2005
Laura Cohn
For London, What Price Olympic Security? After the bombings, London's security cost estimate for the 2012 games seems way too low. mark for My Articles 119 similar articles
August 8, 2005
Big Brother Britain? The Blair Administration's proposal for biometric ID cards looked like a goner - until the July 7 attacks in London. But critics still worry about their intrusiveness. mark for My Articles 198 similar articles
<Older 101-110 Newer>    Return to current articles.