ban end-to-end encryption — but would like companies to voluntarily move away from it, arguing it isn't necessary for "real people." http://uk.businessinsider.com/home-secretary-amber-rudd-real-people-dont-need-end-to-end-encryption-terrorists-2017-8
terror groups are as likely as the average website owner to create their sites using wordpress.com - for propaganda, radicalisation or publicity. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/03/26/amber-rudd-social-media-firms-must-do-stop-terror/
support to tackle the difficulties this [post-war austerity] caused and, in the highly regulated environment of the time, to ensure that they could influence local and national government in the framing and enforcement of laws which affected them. http://www.upholsterers.co.uk/about-the-amusf/ (emphasis mine)
adaptability and vision. [...] This will always apply but particularly in this era in which Governments interfere with the activities of the ordinary citizen, possibly to a greater extent than ever before.