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Posts Tagged ‘Margaret Thatcher’

Protesters demand full disclosure of DfT advice on link road

Protesters demand full disclosure of DfT advice on link road

Protesters are to launch a series of actions on Monday demanding that the Department for Transport disclose in full its advice on the building of the controversial Bexhill-Hastings link road

Bush and Blair’s pre-Iraq conversation must be disclosed, tribunal rules

Bush and Blair’s pre-Iraq conversation must be disclosed, tribunal rules

Foreign Office loses appeal against release of extracts from phone call that took place a few days before invasion

Extracts of a phone conversation between Tony Blair and George Bush …

Hillsborough: The Thatcher papers

“In brief, we have learnt that the top ranks of Merseyside Police helped to misinform Margaret Thatcher by wrongly blaming Liverpool fans”

– Martin Rosenbaum, BBC Freedom of Information specialist

Requests made under the Freedom of Information Act (FoIA) reveal …

Hillsborough papers to be released by June 30 2012

Margaret Thatcher and her ministers’ responses to the Hillsborough tragedy in which 96 people were crushed to death will be revealed next year under the FoIA.

The independent reports: “Confidential Government papers detailing former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s response …

Hillsborough disaster papers to be released

Two million documents and sensitive Cabinet papers on the 1989 Hillsborough tragedy are to be revealed by the government after a full consultation with the bereaved families, the Independent reports.

The data will shed light on the events that resulted …