5 December, 2003 - 01:00
highlighting three key areas of concern: Asylum seekers; Civil Contingencies and ID cards.
4 December, 2003 - 01:00
The Independent reports that civil liberties groups are concerned over broad definitions of an "emergency" and the powers it affords the government.
21 November, 2003 - 01:00
New Scientist reports on how the UK system is failing to achieve one of it's main aims.
21 November, 2003 - 01:00
This ethically arguable move was intended to highlight the cruelty of live animal export, emphasised recently in a case where 5,000 sheep died after being stranded at sea for 11 weeks.
17 November, 2003 - 01:00
In an interview with the Guardian, she goes on to say that her about-swing was due to developments in biometric technology and the 'opportunities it offers'.
17 November, 2003 - 01:00
Activists are planning to make the US President's visit a memorable one. Click the above link to find out about some of the activities planned.
17 November, 2003 - 01:00
Their findings reveal that the UK is 'in breach of international regulations on the issue and (contradicts) the government&#8217, s stance on the ex-US Navy &#8216, ghost ships&#8217, in Hartlepool.'
6 November, 2003 - 01:00
"According to a study expanding road networks and a sharp rise in flights have led to a dramatic jump in air, noise and light pollution in the past decade."
6 November, 2003 - 01:00
In a stongly worded response, SGR criticised last weeks letter to Tony Blair "Scientists complain GM debate was mishandled", stressing the evidence that supported many of the arguments made by anti-GM campaigners and highlighting the close ties that advisory and regulatory bodies have to the GM industry.
6 November, 2003 - 01:00
Judgement has been reserved against the five alleged dissidents whilst the courts finally agreed to examine the police evidence against them. Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Robert Ménard said "we hope the court will acknowledge that their arrest was unjustified and will quash their convictions."

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