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No limits on freedom of information? What about the 13 pages of exemptions

This letter by the Campaign was published by The Guardian on 18 July 2012, in response to an article by the commentator Simon Jenkins. Simon Jenkins takes a hefty swing at the Freedom of Information Act on the grounds that its “total disclosure” damages good government. (For the digital revolution, this is the Robespierre moment, 10 […]

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Decision on private emails prevents “industrial scale evasion of FOI”

The Campaign for Freedom of Information welcomed today’s decision by the Information Commissioner that the FOI Act applies to emails dealing with government business sent from ministers’ or officials’ private email accounts. The decision follows an FOI request by the Financial Times for details of emails between the Education Secretary Michael Gove and his special

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