TSB, which received the lowest score, said: “It is our number one priority to offer safe and secure banking facilities for our customers across all of our products and services. To achieve this we maintain complex and multilayered fraud prevention controls which will not be visible to the customer – or reflected in this survey. We continually review and improve our services to ensure they remain robust and fit for purpose.” … [Read more...] about Banks’ online security is failing customers, says Which?
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'With the SNP Government leading the way on climate change, setting out a positive case for strengthening immigration and protecting freedom of movement, and opposing the immoral and costly Trident nuclear weapons system, Labour must back the SNP's plans.' … [Read more...] about Nicola Sturgeon goes nuclear: Now SNP leader hints she could be willing to prop up Jeremy Corbyn in power – if he SCRAPS UK’s Trident missiles
“The CyberFirst Girls Competition allows teams of young women a glimpse of this exciting world and provides a great opportunity to use new skills. My advice to all potential applicants would be: enjoy the experience and I look forward to meeting some of you.” … [Read more...] about GCHQ targets teenage girls to find cyber spies of the future
Some observers have blamed Meghan for Harry's withdrawal from the family, while others have claimed Harry had long ago lost interest and he desperately wanted to get out of the spotlight of media that bullied and hounded his mother until her death in a car crash in Paris in September 1997. … [Read more...] about Meghan and Harry ‘quit’: Unanswered questions after ‘clear as mud’ announcement
And although John Major won opt-outs on the single currency and the social chapter on workers’ rights at Maastricht, the Eurosceptic genie was out of the bottle, prompting harsh words, fierce rebellions, and incendiary headlines (though few matched the Sun’s iconic Up Yours Delors from 1990). In the end, not even the silver-tongued early charm of a properly pro-European Tony Blair, elected in 1997, could squeeze it back in. … [Read more...] about Britain and the EU: the story of a very rocky marriage