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here is a balance to be struck between the efficient use of data to secure cost-effective services and the cross-referencing of information so as to open up the possibilities of state intrusion into our lives and the potential abuse of individual data profiling for more sinister purposes.
That is why the Data Protection Act was passed in the first place, the fact that it does not reach into some of the more secretive recesses of government has always given rise to concern.
It is for these reasons that I am quite cautious about proposals referred to in today's Guardian in which the Policy Exchange think tank suggest that up to £33bn a year could be saved from public spending without cutting services, by making better use of data about citizens from applications for passports and driving licences, to tax returns and social media.
It all sounds very plausible but I suspect that the reality might not be so pretty. Firstly, their assumptions seem at times over-optimistic and other-worldly, especially the idea that social media sites, such as Twitter, could be used to anticipate bottlenecks at UK airports. Secondly,
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Just sent my wedding dress to UK
Using the global express deal they have. 5-7 business days. Unfortunately the guy marked this as "merchandise" instead of just gift now, UK wants 180 pounds (nearly 300 USD depending on exchange rate) because they think my planner is going to resell the dress and t...ng to try to straighten this out Monday but this has caused me some upset.
Do your own research and do NOT let them fill out any forms for you. Find out what forms you need and how to answer best. Otherwise it truly is the cheapest shipping I have found for international travel. I paid 116 bucks insured, fedex wanted nearly 300 for 26 pounds of misc stuff. DHL was about the same as fedex.
Depends on how you're going to get around
And what sort of food you want. I have been to London several times and an average meal at a pub or casual restaurant costs about $15-18 in USD. The last time I was there was in 2004, but the exchange rate is not much different now.
Where are you going in the UK? If you're in London, the Underground is cheap and can get you most anywhere. The taxis are great and you get to see a lot of the city riding around, but they can get pricey. Then again, I've never used cabs here in the States, so maybe they're not that bad. I remember most cab rides running about $7-8 pounds which is around $15.
So, what city/cities are you going to?
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Exchanging your foreign driving licence : Directgov - Motoring
If you have a full EC/EEA, Gibraltar or designated country driving licence you can exchange it for the UK equivalent using a premium checking service.
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