Author Archives: Blue Chip

Wake-up call for small companies on bribery process

The activity of political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica has been hitting both headlines and the Facebook share price, following accusations that it used the personal data of millions of Facebook users to sway the outcomes of the 2016 US presidential election and the UK Brexit referendum. Executives from the company were also filmed by an undercover journalist apparently suggesting that honey-traps and bribery might be used to discredit politicians.
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Keep Christmas for the children

 

Christmas celebrations for children are often marked by family divisions when relationships break down. According to statistics from the ONS around 100,000 children per year see their parents divorcing, with many of those families separating immediately after a last Christmas together. Family lawyers see a surge in new enquiries for divorce each New Year.  Alongside this are those, children who will be affected by family breakdown, but who are not shown in those statistics, as their parents are not married.
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Bournemouth Food Bank Appeal

This Christmas we have been collecting provisions for the Bournemouth Food Bank appeal.

The Trussell Trust supports communities and churches to open food banks across the UK.

The Bournemouth food bank is part of The Trussell Trusts’ network of 428 food banks, working to tackle food poverty and hunger in our local communities, as well as across the UK.
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