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BORIS & BREXIT What can possibly go wrong?

Under 100 days and the very distinct possibility of a General Election in November! SME's (small to medium size enterprises) are in the main under prepared for some pretty strong business impacting changes.

During the next few months, I am hosting a series of Brexit seminars all around the UK and Europe.

If your organisation would like some assistance or key management team members need a working introduction of what to expect, call JULIAN BRAY on 01733 345581 or email julianbray@aol.com

Dates and venues for these single day seminars are filling up fast, so don't delay!

Footballer Emiliano Sala Aircraft cushions recovered by French BEA. AAIB starts new sea searches aided by positional information

Piper Aircraft seat cushions recovered by French Investigators and approximate position of ditched aircraft established. New sea search being undertaken by the AAIB in the UK and the BEA in France. 

Julian Bray Aviation Security Expert comments: "This is in addition to the privately financed searches, however new data is being shared with all search vessels as is forensic forensics data currently being worked on. This is still a recovery operation but the cushions and the location they were recovered from the sea, strongly suggest the aircraft with footballer Emiliano Sala on board together with pilot David Ibbotson ditched into the sea and either broke up on contact with the water or buried itself in the seabed. The upscaled investigation continues with a major search in addition to the privately financed operation."



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New edition of CAP403 for Flying Displays and Special Events now published

Categories: Air displays and events New edition of CAP403 now published

Following an earlier consultation, CAA has published edition 16 of CAP403 Flying Displays & Special Events.

This focuses on organising and obtaining permissions for flying displays and includes the roles and responsibilities of Flying Display Directors.

Display Authorised pilots (DAs ) and Display Authorisation Evaluators (DAEs) will be covered in a new CAP (CAP1724 Display Standards Document) to be published around mid-February.

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UK.gov plans £2,500 fines for kids flying toy drones within 3 MILES of airports • The Register

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/01/22/ukgov_plans_2500_fines_kids_flying_toy_helicopters_3_miles_aiports/


A revision sent out earlier this week has removed the minimum weight previously set, they say in error, so all UAVs Drones are now covered, even the toy ones you can hold in your hand and dished out to your kids! You have been warned!


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Man, 38, is charged with flying a drone near Heathrow days after Gatwick shutdown chaos. He will appear in Court on Monday

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Microsoft sends a raft of Windows 10 patches out into the Windows Update ocean • The Register

https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/01/16/microsoft_patch_tuesday_2/

I have never liked Windows 10 and this raft of patches make me dislike it even more. Why on earth ruin a perfectly good Windows XL? The answer? Greed. What was once included in Microsoft programmes as standard is now is a recurring profit centre.

Al-Shabaab attack in Nairobi highlights terror risk to hotels and business travellers, says close protection firm.

 
KEY POINTS
At around 1500 local time on 15 January, four heavily armed gunmen clad in black entered the DusitD2 Hotel complex on Riverside Drive in the Westlands neighbourhood of Nairobi, the capital of Kenya.
 Authorities confirmed 14 people were killed in a 19-hour complex attack that began with an improvised explosive device (IED) blast in the hotel car park and person- borne IED (PBIED) detonation in the hotel’s main foyer, killing and injuring an unconfirmed number of guests and workers.
 
It has been reported that an American a  British-South African and a Spanish citizen were killed. More foreigners are expected to be among the fatalities and wounded.
 
More than 700 people were rescued.
 Al-Shabaab gunmen reportedly moved up floor-to-floor, searching for more targets and finally entrenched themselves on the 7th floor, where elements from the paramilitary General Services Unit (GSU) eliminated them.
The Australian consulate is located in the award-winning business hotel, but whether it sustained any casualties has not been verified. (DusitD2 won The Best Luxury Business Hotel at the World Luxury Hotel Awards in 2017.)
 
Somalia-based insurgent group, al-Shabaab, claimed the operation on its radio station, Andalus, initially stating that 47 people were killed.
 
ANALYSIS
 
The 15 January siege occurred on the third anniversary of the al-Shabaab attack on the AMISOM El Adde military base in southern Somalia, where up to 150 Kenyan soldiers were killed. Significant date attacks are a hallmark of al-Shabaab.
 
 The operation was also executed in response to recent escalation of US air attacks against al-Shabaab in Somalia.
 
 Symbolically, al-Shabaab understands the weighted importance of spectacular attacks in creating a strong narrative of sustained militant activity.
 
 It demonstrated lethal effectiveness when the economy of force is applied: the use of a heavily armed, very mobile four-man assault team and the willingness to cause civilian casualties as the attack was staged in a highly frequented part of the hotel where the use of a PBIED component would inevitably lead to mass casualties.
 
 The DusitD2 Hotel complex offered ample opportunity for the assault team to carry out a mass-casualty attack, similar to the 2013 Westgate Shopping Mall siege, where 67 people were killed. Westgate is approximately 1.5km north of the DusitD2 complex, in an area of Nairobi that is considered high-end and well-secured.
 The 15 January attack shattered this perception of security and exposed vulnerabilities with devastating effect, particularly in relation to the hotel’s security architecture.

  Fortunately, fatality numbers were lower than in the 2013 attacks, partly due to the response times and operational effectiveness of the security forces.
Improvements to anti-terror operations have been made since 2013, but the success of the 15 January attack deeply underscores the prevailing terrorism threat to Kenya, and in particular Nairobi and the hotel industry and business travellers.
 
Tactical ADVICE from A2 Global Risk, however independent verification and risk analysis is recommended.
 
 In light of this recent development, travel and/or security departments are advised to carry out independent security risk assessments of hotels as part of their duty of care requirements. This should include a list of hotels assessed, including more discreet ones, as safe for travellers to use.
 
 There are certain features to look out for, broadly covered under: physical security, housekeeping, access and egress control, electronic surveillance, evacuation planning and information security, among others.
 Foreign businesses are advised to:
 
1. Review risk management plans to ensure that they are fit-for-purpose.
2. Carry out a threat identification and site assessment that should entail blast and explosion analysis, structural stability analysis and a chemical, biological and radiological (CBR) threat assessment.
3. Design a risk management programme aimed at protecting the office/accommodation and its occupants as well as putting together crisis management and disaster recovery plans.
4. Consider providing travelling staff with tracking devices with geo-fencing and incident alert capabilities.
 For business travellers, reducing the risk through an effective journey management plan is essential. They should:
1. Ensure they have a meet-and-greet service upon arrival at the airport and use vetted security-trained drivers for movements inside and outside the city.
2. Keep a low profile, maintain good situational awareness and minimise the exposure by avoiding high-risk areas and/or situations such as crowded public venues or visit these areas during off-peak hours.
3. Minimise exposure to police and the security forces as these groups are likely to be targeted, particularly by al-Shabaab. Avoid chokepoints, such as narrow streets and bridges, and be aware of any potential egress points.
 

Government Clean Air Strategy in ruins - "Plans will fail without new law" say local government leaders


Reacting to the publication on Monday of the Government’s Clean Air Strategy, Polly Billington, Director, UK100, said: “Plans in the Clean Air Strategy will fail unless there are strong new protections in law to clean up our air as we exit the EU and there is sufficient financial support (from Westminster) to make any changes a reality.

"Local leaders have consistently maintained Clean Air funding committed by Government to tackle air pollution is inadequate on three fronts: not enough funding for those local authority areas that Government has identified as having the most severe air quality challenges, insufficient funding available for tackling the wider sources of air pollution and limited financial support for national measures.”

Ahead of the Government Budget in October 2018, 15 local and regional leaders - representing some 18.5 million people - joined forces to call on Philip Hammond to find an extra £1.5bn of public money to top up the existing Clean Air Fund which currently stands at just £220m.

Brought together by the UK100 Cities Network, the group included Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, Metro Mayors Andy Burnham (Greater Manchester), Steve Rotheram (Liverpool City Region) and Dan Jarvis (Sheffield City Region) alongside directly-elected mayors, council leaders or representatives from Liverpool, Newcastle, Birmingham, Leicester, Newcastle, Oxford, Southampton and York.

Earlier concerns were raised in October 2018 'Cross-party local leaders highlight £1.5bn black hole in funding to fight air pollution in their towns and cities’ https://www.uk100.org/cross-party-local-leaders-highlight-1-5bn-black-hole-in-funding-to-fight-air-pollution-in-their-towns-and-cities/ 

UK100 is a network of local government leaders, which seeks to devise and implement plans for the transition to clean energy that are ambitious, cost effective and they say will take both the public and business with them.

It supports decision-makers in UK towns, cities and rural areas in their transition to 100% clean energy by 2050.

The leaders made the commitment as part of the momentum around the Paris Agreement in UK100 connects local leaders to each other, to business and to national government, enabling them to showcase  achievements and learn from each other.
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Flight Departures have been suspended at Heathrow after a suspected drone sighting, an airport spokesman said



Flight Departures have been suspended at Heathrow after a suspected drone sighting, an airport spokesman said
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POLICE TO BE GIVEN NEW DRONE KNOCKDOWN POWERS OVER A WIDER SECURITY FOOTPRINT



UK government authorities are in the process of testing and evaluating a wider range of counter-drone technologies thorough the country, and finalised the  consultation stage. 

The objective is to prevent airport disruption of the type which recently impacted on London Gatwick (whose ownership was recently vested with French airport and motorway services operator Vinci.

The French company has taken a 50.1% stake in Londons' second largest airport and will pay around £. 2.9Billion. Vinci manages some 46 in France, Portugal, UK and facilities in the USA, Latin America and Asia.)
 
 
The UK Department for Transport outlined measures in a consultation response document The Future of Drones in the UK, it also sets out enhanced law enforcement powers and sweeping plans to tighten airport restrictions designed to protect landings and take-off and low-flying aircraft generally.
 
The plans include a 5km long and 1km wide exclusion zone from runway ends, drone flying within which would require air traffic control permission, effectively filing a form of flight plan. From 30th July 2018 forbidding drone flights above 400ft within 1km of an airport were deemed unlawful.

 
UK aviation minister Liz Sugg commented:“ Although increasing the restriction zone would not prevent a deliberate incident, it is important that proportionate measures are in place to help protect all arriving and departing aircraft using our aerodromes and avoid potential conflict with legitimate drone activity,”
 
"The Home Office will “expedite detailed policy work” to develop means to allow expanded use of counter-drone technology, to detect drones flying around sensitive sites – airports among them and help prevent a repeat of the Gatwick incident, during which the airport was closed for over 24hours.
 
The Report "Disruption at Gatwick", claims it was a “stark example” of why continued action is required to ensure drones are used safely and securely in the UK.
 
From 30th November 2019 drone operators will find it will be a legal requirement to register, and drone pilots will need to complete a CAA competency test.
 
“We are also working with manufactures to introduce new technologies which will help in making sure drones are used in accordance with the law,” says the report
 
These technologies set to include geo-fencing and electronic measures. UK pilots union BALPA, which had repeatedly cited the current airport flight restrictions as being “too lax”, has now welcomed the planned extension to the exclusion zone.
 
“The recent events at Gatwick, combined with the responses to the recent public consultation, convinced government of the need to revisit the laws and make changes,” BALPA commented.
 
BALPA says it is “not anti-drone” however general secretary Brian Strutton stresses the safety of aircraft and their occupants must be prioritised. BALPA co-sponsored drone impact tests with the Department for Transport and would be keen to assist with testing new technologies to ensure drones are flown safely.
 
The area around airports where drones are banned from flying will also be extended, from 30 November operators of drones between 250g and 20kg will need to be registered. 
Last month flights from Gatwick were suspended for more than 36 hours after drones were allegedly reported over the airfield. 
The New legislation will give police additional powers to land ( ie knockdown ) drones and require users to produce the appropriate documentation.

 Police powers will enable search premises searches, the seizure of drones and any associated electronic data - where a serious offence has been committed and a warrant is secured.

For lesser drone offences, police will be empowered to issue fixed-penalty notices, with fines of up to £100 for a variety of arrestable offences: failing to comply with an officer when instructed to land a drone and/or not showing the registration required to operate a drone.
Registered drone users will also need to take a CAA monitored online competency test.

Speaking in the House of Commons, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said the disruption caused at Gatwick was "deliberate, irresponsible and calculated, as well as illegal" and any restriction zone around the airport would not have prevented an incident of this type.  Grayling asserted the Ministry of Defence remained "on standby" to deal with any further problems caused by drones at airports.

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