Freedom of Information Act

freedom of information photoThe Freedom of Information Act (2000) is here to stay, at least for the moment.  While politicians are renowned for turning their policies around with terrifying alacrity, the the UK Cabinet Office Minister Matt Hancock confirmed in a statement on 1 March 2016 that, “this government is committed to making government more transparent”.

Read more on the Oxford University Press blog.

Read the Freedom of Information Act online: search Westlaw UK for “Freedom of Information Act”.

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