ICO accuse Jack Beecham of breaching bail conditions

ICO accuse Jack Beecham of breaching bail conditions

ICO accuse Jack Beecham of breaching bail conditions

                                                          

By John Brace (Editor)
First publication date: Thursday 24th November 2022, 17:45 (GMT).

Queen Elizabeth II Law Courts (Liverpool Crown Court), Derby Square, Liverpool, L2 1XA (5th January 2019)
Queen Elizabeth II Law Courts (Liverpool Crown Court), Derby Square, Liverpool, L2 1XA (5th January 2019)

This hearing had been originally scheduled to start at 10.00 am, however the start of the hearing was delayed. This was because the barrister (Miss Anam Khan) for ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) wasn’t present in the court room in person. She virtually appeared at the hearing using the Cloud Video Platform (CVP), however as the listings section of Liverpool Crown Court hadn’t told this information to the Clerk, there was a delayed start due to some initial confusion as to what was going on before Miss Anam Khan appeared at the hearing virtually on the screens in the court room.
Continue reading “ICO accuse Jack Beecham of breaching bail conditions”

Trial of Jack Beecham at Liverpool Crown Court delayed due to COVID

Trial of Jack Beecham at Liverpool Crown Court delayed due to COVID

Trial of Jack Beecham at Liverpool Crown Court delayed due to COVID

                                                          

By John Brace (Editor)
First publication date: Tuesday 8th November 2022, 14:46 (GMT).

Queen Elizabeth II Law Courts (Liverpool Crown Court), Derby Square, Liverpool, L2 1XA (5th January 2019)
Queen Elizabeth II Law Courts (Liverpool Crown Court), Derby Square, Liverpool, L2 1XA (5th January 2019)

The trial of Jack Beecham, of 41 Cumberland Avenue, Prenton, CH43 0RY didn’t start as planned before HHJ (His Honor Judge) Swinnerton in Court 43 at the Liverpool Crown Court this morning (7th November 2022).

The hearing started at 10.50 am, as before it there were a couple of short “For Ground Rules” hearings relating to completely different cases.
Continue reading “Trial of Jack Beecham at Liverpool Crown Court delayed due to COVID”

Merseyside Police paid £2,900 annual data registration fee to ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) late for 2nd year running and only after being threatened again with a £4,350 Monetary Penalty Notice

Merseyside Police paid £2,900 annual data registration fee to ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) late for 2nd year running and only after being threatened again with a £4,350 Monetary Penalty Notice

Merseyside Police paid £2,900 annual data registration fee to ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) late for 2nd year running and only after being threatened again with a £4,350 Monetary Penalty Notice

                                     

Merseyide Police paid their data registration fee to ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) late after being threatened with a fine
Merseyide Police paid their data registration fee to ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) late after being threatened with a fine

By John Brace (Editor) and Leonora Brace (Co-Editor)

First publication date: 4th January 2021, 11:50 (GMT)

Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? (Who guards the guardians?)

As emails published below show, Merseyside Police failed to pay their annual data protection registration fee of £2,900 to ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) in 2019 and their registration as a data controller lapsed on 8th September 2019. Although Merseyside Police did pay the £2,900 fee on 26th September 2019, this was only after ICO emailed Merseyside Police stating that ICO could issue a £4,350 Monetary Penalty Notice (on top of the £2,900 data protection fee) if the £2,900 payment was not made within 14 days of the reminder email.
Continue reading “Merseyside Police paid £2,900 annual data registration fee to ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) late for 2nd year running and only after being threatened again with a £4,350 Monetary Penalty Notice”

ICO require Wirral Council to supply without redactions 34 pages about the £26 million loan request from the Nicklaus Joint Venture Group for the Celtic Manor Resort/Hoylake Golf Resort project

ICO require Wirral Council to supply without redactions 34 pages about the £26 million loan request from the Nicklaus Joint Venture Group for the Celtic Manor Resort/Hoylake Golf Resort project

ICO require Wirral Council to supply without redactions 34 pages about the £26 million loan request from the Nicklaus Joint Venture Group for the Celtic Manor Resort/Hoylake Golf Resort project

                                          

ICO (Information Commissioner's Office) logo who disagree with Wirral Council
ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) who disagree with Wirral Council

By John Brace (Editor) and Leonora Brace (Co-Editor)

First publication date: 1st January 2021, 14:39 (GMT)

ICO (the Information Commissioner’s Office) has issued a decision notice (IC-48238-Y0D6) requiring Wirral Council within 35 calendar days of the 15th December 2020 to provide further information about the Celtic Manor Resort project that it had previously withheld in response to a request.
Continue reading “ICO require Wirral Council to supply without redactions 34 pages about the £26 million loan request from the Nicklaus Joint Venture Group for the Celtic Manor Resort/Hoylake Golf Resort project”

What happened during day 1 of a trial which involved a Lancashire Constabulary request for an anti-social behaviour order against Mr Ponting?

What happened during day 1 of a trial which involved a Lancashire Constabulary request for an anti-social behaviour order against Mr Ponting?

What happened during day 1 of a trial which involved a Lancashire Constabulary request for an anti-social behaviour order against Mr Ponting?

                             

Liverpool Civil & Family Court, Vernon Street, Liverpool, L2 2BX which was the venue for the hearing
Liverpool Civil & Family Court, Vernon Street, Liverpool, L2 2BX which was the venue for the hearing

By John Brace (Editor)

This is a report of day 1 (of a possible 4) held on the 9th March 2020 of Chief Constable of Lancashire Police v Ponting in Court Room 26 on the third floor of Liverpool County Court, 35 Vernon St, Liverpool, L2 2BX.

HHJ Knifton QC is presiding over the case. Henry Gow (New Bailey Chambers) is the barrister for the Defendant Mr Ponting. Lee Bonner (Atlantic Chambers) is the barrister for the Chief Constable of Lancashire Police.

As the case was ongoing at the time of publication comments are turned off.
Continue reading “What happened during day 1 of a trial which involved a Lancashire Constabulary request for an anti-social behaviour order against Mr Ponting?”

Privacy Preference Center

Necessary

Advertising

Analytics

Other