Charging for freedom of information requests for services that are already paid for by taxpayers is utterly wrong.
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(30 Mar 2012)
The government is considering introducing charges for freedom of information requests. David Hencke argues that this would be fundamentally unjustifiable as it would limit both people’s right to know and the right to demand information on services they have already paid for
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