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Published on October 14th, 2011 | by Tim Sykes
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[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="200" caption=""Not Classified" Says Letwin"][/caption] Cabinet Minister Oliver Letwin has tonight admitted that he dumped government papers in a public waste bin in a park near Downing Street on at least three sepreate occasions. According to the Daily Mirror he has been seen handing documents to a cleaner with a bag.  This coupled with the allegations into the relationship of Defense Secretary Liam Fox and "best man" Adam Werritty shows that the government needs to get a grip of  its own Ministers. The news that broke in the Newspapers a few days ago is another scandel related to security to hit the government this week. The apparant lack of concern Ministers have for what information they pass on either by word of mouth or by leaving secure documents in public places should be of serious concern to the public as the security of this country is under threat whenever Ministers behave in this careless way.
The fact that this country is preparing for international events such as the Olympic Games in London next year and the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014 should mean that Government Ministers should be more careful about the security of documents and the level of clearence personal friends have especially to high level intelligence documents. During the Last Government there were similar scandels with lists of peoples names and databases of intelligence being left in public spaces but they were all errors and mistakes. For a Government Minister to have such a lack of sense to bin what could be potentially sensitive documents in public and to do it multiple times must mean that some very serious questions have to be asked about whether this Minister should remain in his post at all. If it were up to me, thank goodness it is not, he would have been sacked weeks ago. It also Places Wikileaks out of a Job.

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The Lack of Security in Government

"Not Classified" Says Letwin

Cabinet Minister Oliver Letwin has tonight admitted that he dumped government papers in a public waste bin in a park near Downing Street on at least three sepreate occasions. According to the Daily Mirror he has been seen handing documents to a cleaner with a bag.  This coupled with the allegations into the relationship of Defense Secretary Liam Fox and “best man” Adam Werritty shows that the government needs to get a grip of  its own Ministers.

The news that broke in the Newspapers a few days ago is another scandel related to security to hit the government this week. The apparant lack of concern Ministers have for what information they pass on either by word of mouth or by leaving secure documents in public places should be of serious concern to the public as the security of this country is under threat whenever Ministers behave in this careless way.

The fact that this country is preparing for international events such as the Olympic Games in London next year and the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow in 2014 should mean that Government Ministers should be more careful about the security of documents and the level of clearence personal friends have especially to high level intelligence documents. During the Last Government there were similar scandels with lists of peoples names and databases of intelligence being left in public spaces but they were all errors and mistakes. For a Government Minister to have such a lack of sense to bin what could be potentially sensitive documents in public and to do it multiple times must mean that some very serious questions have to be asked about whether this Minister should remain in his post at all. If it were up to me, thank goodness it is not, he would have been sacked weeks ago. It also Places Wikileaks out of a Job.

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