FS50658301

The complainant has requested various information regarding “compliance interviews” from the Department for Work and Pensions. It relied on section 12 (costs) to withhold requested information, the Commissioner’s decision is that it was correct to do so. Powered by WPeMatico

FS50689796

The complainant has requested information about Employment and Support Allowance First Tier Tribunal appeals. The DWP relied on sections 22 (future publication) and 12 (costs) not to provide the requested information. The Commissioner’s decision is that DWP reliance on the said sections was correct. Powered by WPeMatico

FS50733619

The complainant has requested information from Lewisham Council about housing benefit claims. Lewisham Council disclosed some information within the scope of the request and for the remainder has relied on section 12 FOIA – costs of compliance exceeds the appropriate limit. The Commissioner’s decision is that Lewisham Council is entitled to rely on section 12in…

FS50734571

The complainant has requested information with regards to the Bianca Statue outside the Theatre Royal, Plymouth. Plymouth City Council (the council) provided the information it held. The Complainant considered that the council had not provided everything requested. The Commissioner’s decision is that the council has provided all the information it holds relevant to the request.…

FS50712358

The complainant has requested information regarding Jobcentre managers visiting 10 Downing Street. The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) initially informed the complainant that it did not hold the information, however, it subsequently relied on section 12 of the Act as collating the information would exceed the appropriate limit. The Commissioner’s decision is that DWP…

121/2018 : 25 July 2018 – Opinions of the Advocate General in joined cases C-138/17P,C-146/17 P,C-150/17 P,C-174/17 P,C-222/17 P

European Union v Gascogne Sack Deutschland and Gascogne Law governing the institutions Advocate General Wahl: the Court of Justice should set aside the judgments of the General Court by which it ordered the EU to pay compensation for material damage to a number of companies as a result of the excessive length of proceedings before…