Friday, 9 October 2009

FoI Request On G20 Protests

The Home Office has received the following request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

"I would like to see any briefings, notes, minutes, emails or letters prepared for ministers and senior officials concerning the 1 April 2009 G20 “financial fools day” demonstration.”

"I would like to see any memos, papers, emails, minutes or documents relating to either the 1st April 2009 demonstration at the Bank of England or Ian Tomlinson’s death held by the Home Office that were produced on the 1st – 8th April 2009. This includes communications between the Home Office and the IPCC or the Home Office and the Metropolitan Police.”
Information was released on 5 October but the Home Office has said that "due to the volume" of documents provided, it is available in hard copy only.

Anyone interested in finding out more should contact the Information Mangement Service on 020 7035 1036.

1 Comment:

HarpyMarx said...

Now that will be very interesting material made available....

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