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Foreign Office fights order to disclose ‘key phone call’ between Bush and Blair

Foreign Office fights order to disclose ‘key phone call’ between Bush and Blair.

The Foreign Office is fighting to overturn an order to disclose the transcript of what has been described as a key conversation between Tony Blair and George

ICO ruling to expand FoIA scope to private emails and text messages

An upcoming Information Commissioner ruling is expected to expand FoIA’s scope to text messages and private emails, The Guardian reports.

The newspaper says that it has been a widespread practice in government for sensitive communications to be conducted from private …

AP publish global review of FoIA laws

The Associated Press published today an extensive report on the efficiency of Freedom of Information legislation in the countries that have passed the Act.

AP has put FoIA to the test around the world and discovered that although 105 governments …