اسهم بنك سامبا Wigtown Book Festival celebrates the power of the written word but Scottish PEN is deeply concerned about how unwarranted and suspicionless surveillance can undermine the ability of novelists, poets and playwrights to express themselves free from coercion or duress.نظام الفوركس
الخيارات الثنائية مراجعة المملكة المتحدة While the government made a number of concessions to strengthen privacy protections, Scottish PEN does not believe these reforms go far enough to fully protect free expression and privacy.
كيف تكسب المال السهل والسريع The SNP’s amendment to ensure that meaningful judicial oversight extends to Scotland, instead of the ministerial mechanism currently in place, is a vital amendment that Scottish organisations, commentators and policy-makers should get behind.
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حساب تجريبي الخيارات الثنائية 30 ثانية Scottish PEN responds to the government’s draft Investigatory Powers Bill with written evidence.