UK Lie Detector Test News Roundup July 2020
With the lockdown measures easing our polygraph examiners have been very busy helping you to find clarity in your lives and relationships. We’ve been answering your questions, carrying out examinations and providing insight into some of the prominent stories in the news. If you’ve missed out on any of our UK lie detector test news this month check out the links below:
False allegations, Ghislaine Maxwell, Theft query
1 July – False allegations against Teacher result in Newark Lie Detector Test
3 July – Ghislaine Maxwell charged with sex trafficking minors in Epstein abuse case. The trial will be an interesting one especially if she takes a plea bargain.
3 July – Southampton Polygraph Examiner deals with Theft Enquiry
Steve Dymond inquest, “White lives don’t matter”, Violent child sex abuse
4 July – The Evening Standard reports that Jeremy Kyle guest Steve Dymond died of morphine overdose, inquest told
5 July – We invite Priyamvada Gopal to take a Lie Detector Test in Cambridge, following her tweets saying “white lives don’t matter”
6 July – Case Study a Lie Detector Test in Worcester reveals Violence and Child Sex Abuse
New domestic abuse bill, Allegations of infidelity, ‘Unconscious bias training’ in schools
7 July – The House of Commons has passed the third reading of the #DomesticAbuseBill without a division. The Bill will now be considered in the @UKHouseofLords
8 July – Case Study of infidelity accusations lead to Kensington Lie Detector Test
10 July – More and more people are recommending that unconscious-bias training should be brought into schools to tackle racism. This is a mistake, says Kevin Rooney
Open letter against intolerance, Sex abuse by aid workers, No bail for Ghislaine Maxwell
10 July – The Guardian reports, Rowling, Rushdie and Atwood warn against ‘intolerance’ in open letter
13 July – VOA News reports, Britain Launches New Inquiry Into Sex Abuse by Aid Workers
13 July – Is Ghislaine Maxwell really a Flight Risk or is her Life more at Risk in Prison?
Face masks, Theft within the family, ITV boss defends Jeremy Kyle Show
14 July – For all those wondering why face masks are being imposed and thinking they are not effective here is an interesting experiment showing how they are effective.
15 July – Battersea Polygraph Examiner deals with a Theft within the Family Query
15 July – Mail Online reports, ITV boss is slammed for letting Jeremy Kyle Show run for 15 years until a guest killed himself as she is forced to defend channel’s record to MPs
Bitcoin scam, Domestic abuse, ‘Racist’ polygraph for US police officers
16 July – Twitter Hacked In Massive Bitcoin Scam: Joe Biden, Elon Musk Accounts Among Dozens Breached
17 July – Case Study in Lie Detector Test in Worksop exposes Domestic Abuse
18 July – To improve the screening process of detecting prospective police officers who have racist tendencies, a former FBI agent is developing a specific issue polygraph test
Shemima Begum, False allegations, Longer sentences for terrorists
20 July – The Home Office will appeal the decision of judges to allow Shemima Begum to return to Britain for the purpose of attempting to regain her citizenship. Do you think she should be allowed back? If you are on Twitter vote in our poll.
20 July – Case Study in Crowborough Lie Detector Test dispels False Allegations
22 July – New laws to keep terrorists behind bars for longer and reform the monitoring of suspects have been backed by MPs. They could also be made to take Lie Detector Tests to prove they have reformed and are not planning another attack.
Cheating husband, Polygraph test concerns dispelled, Missing dog
22 July – Case Study after Second Lie Detector Test in Kidderminster exposes Cheating Husband
23 July – Justice minister Chris Philp confirms that a negative polygraph result on its own, without corroborative evidence, will not result in a recall to prison. All evidence needs corroborative evidence
24 July – Our examiner answers a client enquiry regarding a missing dog in Corby
Terrorists lying about reform, Dishonest husband, Positive discrimination
25 July – Prisoners jailed for terror offences in the UK are pretending to have been deradicalised by rehabilitation programs, a report has revealed. And this is exactly the reason Lie Detector Tests are needed.
27 July – Case Study in Harlow Lie Detector Test reveals who crashed the Car
27 July – Positive discrimination in the employment selection process is likely to cause more division than already exists. Jobs should be awarded on merit and not on gender or skin colour. Disgraceful
Cancel culture, Couple’s lie detector test
28 July – Our Stratford Polygraph Examiner took a look recently at the alarming rise of cancel culture and its impact on freedom of speech.
29 July – Case Study a Couple’s Lie Detector Test in Chichester restores Trust in a Marriage
UK lie detector test news
Have to say that July has been a varied and interesting month. Let us know your thoughts and keep the enquiries coming in for polygraph examiners’ advice.