Archive of 22 November 2007

Brown 'apologises unreservedly' for data loss

'Systemic failings' at HMRC turn heat on Brown

The Conservatives continue to lay the blame for the data security breach on Gordon Brown, arguing there are systemic failings in Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

  • Smith announces illegal migrant crackdown

    Bosses face prison over illegal immigrants

    Bosses that knowingly employ illegal migrants will be liable for unlimited fines and could even be sent to prison under new measures outlined by the government today.

  • Missing data 'still on govt property'

    HMRC sent sensitive data 'to save costs'

    Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) refused to give the National Audit Office (NAO) a copy of child benefit data with the sensitive details removed because it would have been too costly, it emerged this afternoon.

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