You have 5 seconds to find the phone in the pic.
Extra points if you can identify the make of phone.
Must have been a blond who dyed her hair
Mrs F.E has been asked if she could occasionally help out with the local beavers. (No sniggering at the back please). In the past she was an active member of the scouting group for many years.
However due to the law of unintended consequences she is now to undergo a CRB (Criminal Records Bureau) check. I must admit I do find it quite disturbing that she has to prove her innocence. To me this is contrary to what the law used to be. Innocent until proven guilty. But I’m going off track here and I should get back to the point.
Having had a sneak peak at the form, I could instantly see why there are so many cases of Identity theft.
Below is a summary of the information required on the form.
Place of Birth
Date of Birth
National Insurance number
Driving Licence Number
Name of first School.
These items are all data that we are constantly being informed that we should keep safe, and not divulge.
Mind you it did give me a little thought.
Start up a playgroup in Belgravia and advertise it as exclusive and only the offspring of very rich would be eligible to join. £1 million would be a good starting figure. Of course insist that all the parents fill in the CRB form, and Bobs your Uncle, with all that lovely personal detail, my spending spree could begin.
Just a thought.
Oh and don’t mention the data protection act. We all know how well that works. Don’t we?
Last night I watched BBC South East and saw that Prat Huhne bragging about how marvellous these new offshore wind turbines are. Apart from writing about them here and here and how they are going to cost a lot more than envisaged due to O & M costs, I noticed that out of the few turbines in shot, one wasn't turning.
Mmm. A 1% failure rate on the first day.