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Posts Tagged ‘Campaign for Freedom of Information’

New figures show 2,300 nurses lost under David Cameron’s reign

New figures show 2,300 nurses lost under David Cameron’s reign

Hospitals have lost more than 2,300 nurses since David ­Cameron came to power, a new study reveals.

The shocking figure adds to fears that patients’ lives are at risk and …

Gove loses battle to keep messages secret as ICO rules personal emails are under FoIA

The Independent has reported that Education Secretary, Michael Gove, has been instructed, under the Freedom of Information Act (FoIA) to release messages sent from his personal email account.

Hitherto, private email accounts have been used by senior ministers and their …

More than £20m wasted in ineffective Olympic survey

£22m of public money has been spent on a market research survey that could have funded the Great Britain Olympic sailing team for four years, The Times reports.

A Freedom of Information investigation has revealed the Active People Survey has …

Justice Committee to review UK FoIA – requesters invited to give evidence

The Justice Select Committee will review the Freedom of Information Act later this year and is likely to recommend changes to the current legislation. This may improve the Act but some public bodies are expected to call for new exemptions …