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The personal details of 6,500 customers belonging to a pension firm have been lost at an office of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in Cardiff.
Names, addresses, date of births, national insurance numbers and pension contributions were included on a data cartridge which has been lost.
The HMRC has apologised about its seventh such loss of data.
The details of three million candidates for the driving theory test have gone missing, Ruth Kelly has told MPs.
Names, addresses and phone numbers - but no financial information - were among details on a computer hard drive which went missing in the US in May.