Surely it's a little different as Blears' laptop was stolen from her office rather than left on a train or something similar?
It couldn't have happened to a more self righteous fool.Of course, it wasn't her fault, you understand. It was that evil David Davis...
Just another indictment of a disorganised incompetent executive who have no connection with reality, let alone the electorate
Anonymous. The computer apparently had data on it which should never have left a government office. The laptop was not stolen from a government office.
Sensative... Teachers - don't you just love em.
As far as I am aware teachers, like anyone else in society, are allowed a typo.
When such things as laptops were introduced to Gov Depts,there were extremely strict security rules about them beig transported outside of a 'controlled environment'. Indeed, I'm aware of minor grade civil servants some years ago who had a laptop stolen in Paris through no fault of their own, but rather the fault of the head of unit and the inadequate security systems put in place not only to protect the laptops but also the civil servants themselves. The upshot was that the civil seervants who had suffered the robbery were vilified and harrassed while a 6 month investigation went on.It would be interesting to know just how low down the grade scale the suspended civil servants are. In this day and age, it seems to be the minor grades who are held responsible for maintainiig the integrity of whatever their dept is resposible for while the unimpeachable senior managers get CBEs
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