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Letters & evidence

Campaign calls for parliamentary committee to investigate Cabinet Office’s FOI role

The Campaign, like openDemocracy and others, has written to the chair of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee asking the Committee to investigate the role of the Cabinet Office in relation to the Freedom of Information Act and the wider problem of enforcement of the Act’s timeliness requirements.

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Campaign’s evidence to Greensill inquiry calls for FOIA to be strengthened

The Campaign has submitted evidence to the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee’s inquiry into the propriety of governance in light of Greensill. It says that without FOIA the extent of the company’s efforts to persuade the government to provide it with financial support, and the extraordinarily insistent lobbying by the former prime minister David

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Proposed anonymous use of evidence by the Commission on FOI criticised

UPDATE 28/10/15: Lord Burns has replied to the Campaign’s letter below. The reply says that the statement was only intended to imply that individual contributions would be anonymised. The Commission has now removed the statement and promised it will publish the evidence it receives.  The Campaign for Freedom of Information has written to Lord Burns, chair of the Commission on Freedom

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