Quite apart from news that the UKBA is to be split in two, there is a potential outrage outing, and even, perhaps a boredom/knew it before/no surprise because most UK government agencies are massive chods/what about the football scores or my SA80 /who feckin cares kind of air to this stuff. But in light of today's report and in Olympic year, there's also all this, allegedly: Report in to secret relaxations of security checks revealed by a government watchdog inquiry in to the UK Border Agency. The inquiry follows Brodie Clark's dismissal by Home Secretary Theresa May, her role and performance in all of it, is anybody's guess. Home Secretary, Theresa May refused to resign after appearing to be incompetent, naive and arrogant during her questioning. In a catalogue of events, there's these accusations: UK's border checks were being relaxed at ports and airports without ministerial approval. Problems began before the current government took power, as well as continuing until the dismissal of Mr Clark last year. Ten Border Agency staff caught harbouring illegal immigrants Illegals and asylum seekers, enough to "fill Cambridge" have been let go and won't be sought. Outrage and firing up the bus is one option, but hang on, the more you look in to all this, the more shite turns up on this lot. Isn't this all a serious systematic failure in central government, and dereliction of duty and responsibilities, committed by one of the most important agencies in government? With what consequences?