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Drone technology, both civil and military, under proper legal regulation, can continue to deliver ‘significant benefits’ for the UK’s national security policy and economy in the coming decades. That is the conclusion of a new University of Birmingham Policy Commission Report launched this week. But the Government, and especially the Ministry of Defence (MoD), should do more to reach out to the public over what the Commission sees as the globally inevitable use of drones in armed conflict and in domestic surveillance.
The administration of elections in the UK remains dangerously inefficient and seriously open to fraud according to a new study which accuses the body responsible for overseeing fair and democratic election in the UK as failing to focus on its basic regulatory purpose.
9 out of 10 homes not accessible for older people