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moonRock Jul 22
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Ronny Patz Aug 23
I just received a request from the EU Commission to confirm the release of documents (emails/letters) I sent as part of access to documents requests I made to the Commission back in 2014. Making on is very meta. Which transparency nerds among you are behind this? 😉
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After Exploitation Jul 26
"Very little is known about the number of recognised victims who are later deported, detained, or left at risk of re-trafficking" Read about the behind our report, in this brilliant write up by
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Didier Immediato Dec 23
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Mr Cassidy Jun 30
Blowing away the cobwebs! Latha gaothach air an Eilean...
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Urbanized Beauty Jul 29
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Old Bald Gooner Jan 31
Thanks to everyone who has followed me since my old account got shut down. This one feels a lot more Arsenal-friendly so cheers to the 3000 of you who have followed me back..
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Maya Esslemont Jul 26
Being interviewed by / about findings was an honour given how many Freedom of Information requests submitted through their site have created change Hope it will encourage others to use for research/holding public bodies accountable
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Sue (see you in September!) Cowley May 4
Replying to @JulesDaulby
I'm composing in my head - it's surprisingly relaxing.
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Lou Dargan Jun 25
Confirming what our civil society partners keep telling us. Government departments don’t play fair for , in breach of the laws. We all have a right to know what our governments do in our names. This system is broke and the culture needs to change
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Graham Bowes Jul 28
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Sophie Trevitt Jul 5
Replying to @NTChildCommish
It is an endless battle to get information through about youth justice. The has to ask permission to view the centres.
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Gregory_ldr Dec 10
And wants to know data for how many from councillors. Cllr Mathew Palmer says he's been asked not to file an FOI as it costs £50 a time, so e never has but asked officers directly
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Brewtus Roasting Jan 15
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TheLanJam 🇺🇸🇨🇦 Jul 2
The new Omega Speedmaster “First Omega In Space - Met Edition. A 100 pieces available for sale at the Met Museum in conjunction with its exhibit on Moon Photography 📷
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National Data Guardian Feb 28
The Information Commissioner's Office () is holding a consultation on its access to information strategy, which covers . If you have a view, tell them what you think by Fri 8 March:
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RitaChadha - Serious Mar 1
Lets be clear, it is only the data public bodies want disclosed. Still too many groups esp equality groups forced into making All is political
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Oaty C, backwards Mar 8
Signs your watch might be on a little tight
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Ronny Patz Aug 23
Requesting EU docs from or is really easy, either directly or via . EU tend to start off smoothly. When they are simple, they can be fast. The larger and the more sensitive they are, the more time you need to plan in. /1
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Simone Mouet 3h
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