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# IPSO

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2022
# IPSO
Jeremy Clarkson's Meghan Markle column becomes most complained-about article to UK watchdog
Ipso said the piece, which was removed from The Sun’s website yesterday, had received more than 20,800 complaints as of 5pm today.
All time
# Daily Telegraph
Daily Telegraph ordered to correct Boris Johnson claim that no-deal Brexit was public's favoured option
The ruling was made by the UK-based Independent Press Standards Organisation.
# one is not amused
The Sun defends "significantly misleading" front page about Queen backing Brexit
The IPSO ruling said that the headline was “not supported by the text”.
# Transactions
European Bank Holiday leaves employees without wages despite early warnings
No interbank transaction can take place across the EU today.
# IPSO
ATM fraud rose in 2013, so how do you spot a suspect machine?
The number of ‘card trapping’ incidents rose to 113 this year, compared to 9 in 2012.
# ATM Thieves
Con artists net €30,000 in space of a week using new ATM scam
The thieves are trapping customers’ cards, distracting them, and then replacing the valid card with a stolen or cancelled one.
# card details
Scammers targeting shops in attempt to get card details
In one case, the scammers convinced a shop assistant to ask customers for their pin numbers.
# Scam
Retailers warned of scammer ‘calling himself Mark’
The Irish Payment Services Organisation has said that there is a man posing as one of their engineers phoning shops.
# Money matters
Could Ireland ever become a totally cash-free country?
Irish people take out more money from ATMs than anyone else in Europe. So could we ever move to an electronic-only system?
# e-payment
Irish people shunning cash for cards - but still lag behind EU average
New data shows that Irish people are embracing cashless transactions – but we’re still behind the European average.