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London: A recent survey* by Brainloop reveals that the legal sector’s most sensitive and confidential data is commonly distributed using insecure methods, with less than one in ten professionals using a business-grade file sharing tool to send classified documents and information to colleagues. In addition, despite confirming that the information shared by legal professionals is often highly sensitive, the majority of respondents also admitted that they have sent documents or information to the wrong recipient in the past.

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The popularity of Hot Tub ownership in the UK is on the increase, with homeowners investing in domestic Hot Tubs and Spas to enhance their lifestyles as well as providing many owners with a way of easing ailments through the health benefits of hydrotherapy.

Figures supplied by the British and Irish Spa and Hot Tub Association (BISHTA), estimate that the annual number of Hot Tubs sold in the UK stands at over 10,000 units. Britain easily ranks within the top ten in the ‘World Hot Tub Market’ and figures indicate that the UK market is one of the most significant in Europe.

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NNAMDI AZIKIWE, the undisputed architec of modern Nigeria: Gentle men, softly, softly, don't give up on Nigeria.

And Zik was also believed to have said: "A broken bottle has no mekwatalism" (you cannot piece together a broken bottle).

[Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon arrives at the G20 Summit in Antalya, Turkey,on 15 November 2015. UN Photo/ Eskinder Debebe]

[Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon arrives at the G20 Summit in Antalya, Turkey,on 15 November 2015. UN Photo/ Eskinder Debebe]

While the G20 Summit opened today in the Turkish city Antalya, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said he will stress to world leaders that the global response to terrorism needs to be robust, but always within the rule of law and with respect for human rights.


Sad tale of the Chief Cop who's stuck in medieval and colonial policing...policing ONLY with the POLICE without common sensical policing and strategic thinking! At best, Ehigiator does his policing by burying his head in the SEA! Before going to Louis Edet House, SEA had left his head in Sapele, his birth place, hence criminals in Nigeria are sucking him like a ripe mango in Oredo Local Government Area, because they well know SEA and his equally very uncoordinated and headless team are merely flapping their wings before the invading hawks like a group of headless chickens in SAPELE.

Whilst criminals know how to apply the 'Federal Character Principles' in their criminalities, the good-for-nothing Prof SHUAIBU OBA ABDULRAHEEM and his not-good value-for-money team at the Federal Character Commision which has now outlived its used by date, so MUST be binned are sleeping and snoring 'defrauding' the toiling masses of the nation's tax payers, collecting salaries for DO-NOTHINGNESS, and giving Buhammadu Muhari the free hand to discolour the nation's polity through his legendary, unparalleled neopotism and Arabism! In this special SPOTLIGHT for Vigilance, DON OKEREKE in his usual witticism thinks even criminals in Nigeria , especially kidnappers do apply 'Federal Character' in their criminal activities, courtesy of their current operational geographical spread!

[Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (left) and Special Envoy Staffan de Mistura brief journalists following a closed-door Security Council meeting on the situation in Syria. UN Photo/Mark Garten]

[Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (left) and Special Envoy Staffan de Mistura brief journalists following a closed-door Security Council meeting on the situation in Syria. UN Photo/Mark Garten]

While members of an international support group for Syria engaged in “constructive dialogue” in Vienna on how to end the five-year conflict, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today said he is encouraged by the stakeholders reconvening to address the “grave situation” and bring about a political settlement to end the violence as soon as possible.

On 2nd December, the Rt Hon John Hayes MP, UK Security Minister at the Home Office, will be officially opening this year’s Transport Security Expo at Olympia London. An MP since 1997, Mr Hayes has held a number of shadow ministerial and Government roles, including Minister of State at the Department for Transport and senior Parliamentary adviser to the Prime Minister.