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FS50719028

The complainant requested various items of information in respect of the routing of the T3 TrawsCymru bus service in Wales. The Welsh Government initially provided some limited information, withheld a small amount under section 40(2) and did not respond to all items of the request as it considered some were not valid requests for information…

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FS50740124

The complainant has requested from Bassetlaw District Council information regarding the intention of British Telecom (BT) to remove a number of payphone booths from villages within the Bassetlaw area. The Council provided the complainant with copies of two letters sent to the Council by BT. However, the complainant was of the opinion that the Council…

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FS50730429

The complainant has submitted two requests for recorded information from Wigan Metropolitan Borough Council. The information the complainant seeks relates to a police investigation of a complaint about a dummy CCTV camera at a specified address. Having first refused the complainant’s requests in reliance on section 14(1) of the FOIA, on review, the Council determined…

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FS50759165

The complainant requested information from Kirby Muxloe Parish Council in relation to a councillors’ audit report. The Commissioner’s decision is that the Council has breached section 10(1) of the FOIA in that it failed to provide a valid response to the request within the statutory time frame of 20 working days. The Commissioner requires the…

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FS50796995

Summary wording for website: The complainant has requested information about the Safeguarding Investigation Unit. The Commissioner’s decision is that Sussex Police has breached section 10(1) of the FOIA in that it failed to provide a valid response to the request within the statutory time frame of 20 working days. The Commissioner requires Sussex Police to…

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FS50723217

The complainant has requested information relating to the proportion of the budget for the Financial Conduct Authority’s (FCA) Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) awareness advertising campaign that went towards paying for the right to use a named celebrity’s image in that campaign. The FCA applied sections 40(2) (third party personal data) and 43(2) (commercial interests) of…

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