Friday, April 28, 2006

Breaking Records

If you do not keep full records for HM Revenue & Customs, you can be fined up to £3,000. What penalites does the Home Office face for only keeping records on just 75% of the 80 most dangerous foreign prisoners recently freed?

Missing records on such a scale suggests systemic failure throughout the Home Office. What is the opinion of the National Audit Office? Have they been allowed to check Home Office record keeping independently?

If Home Office minister Hazel Blears insists the most serious offenders are out on licence and being monitored why can't the Police find them?

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