Legal Developments: Freedom of the city?
The Freedom of Information Act has thrown open the records of 100,000 organisations to public access, but are they geared up to cope with these requests? Marcus Turle offers a few pointers to help the local revolutions go smoothly
From 1 January, we have all had access to information held by more than 100,000 public authorities in England, Wales and Northern Ireland – that includes government departments, schools, NHS trusts, police forces and local councils.
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