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Communications between MoJ, MoD and SRA about Leigh Day

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Dear Ministry of Defence,

I wild like to request, pursuant to section 1 (1) Freedom of Information Act 2000, copies of email, postal or other written communications:

(i) Sent from the Ministry of Defence ("MoD") to the Solicitors' Regulation Authority ("SRA") or the Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal ("SDT");
(ii) Sent from the SRA or SDT to the MoD;
(iii) Sent from the MoD to the Ministry of Justice ("MoJ"); or
(iv) Sent from the MoJ to the MoD

Concerning:

(a) the prosecution of Leigh Day, Martyn Day, Sapna Malik, and/or Anna Crowther ("the Parties") before the SDT; or
(b) the investigation of the Parties or (others employed by Leigh Day) by the SRA.

Yours faithfully,
Matthew Jackson

correspondence@mod.ecase.gsi.gov.uk on behalf of Mr Martin Blackwell,

Dear Mr Jackson,

Your request under the Freedom of information Act has been logged under
our reference FOI2017/08607 and the target date for response is 4 October
2017.

Yours sincerely,

Directorate of Judicial Engagement Policy

Ministry of Defence

DJEP-JRs (MULTIUSER), Y Weinyddiaeth Amddiffyn

Dear Mr Jackson,

I write further to my email of 14 September 2017 in relation to your Freedom of Information Act request (MOD reference FOI2017-08607). The target date for response is today.

Unfortunately, the Department is still considering your request and I am not yet able to provide you with a response. I hope to be in a position to provide that response within the next few weeks, or sooner if possible, and will write again as soon as I am able to do so.

I apologise for the delay.

Yours sincerely,

Directorate of Judicial Engagement Policy
Ministry of Defence

From: [email address] on behalf of Mr Martin Blackwell [mailto:[email address]]
Sent: 14 September 2017 15:26
To: [FOI #429956 email]
Subject: Request for information - ref FOI2017/08607

Dear Mr Jackson,
Your request under the Freedom of information Act has been logged under our reference FOI2017/08607 and the target date for response is 4 October 2017.
Yours sincerely,
Directorate of Judicial Engagement Policy
Ministry of Defence

Dear Ministry of Justice,

Many thanks for your email. As you are no doubt aware section 10 (1) Freedom of Information Act 2000 requires a response to a request within 20 working days as a public law duty. This is not an optional period with a target as you suggest. I would be grateful if you could provide (within the next seven days) a fixed date within which you intend to comply with this duty, failing which I may make a complaint to the Information Commissioner without further notice.

Yours sincerely,
Matthew Jackson

DJEP-JRs (MULTIUSER),

Dear Mr Jackson,

 

Unfortunately, I am unable to indicate when you will receive a reply to
your request although I will endeavour to provide a substantive response
as soon as I am able to.

 

As you have not received a response to your request within the target
deadline, you are of course entitled to complain to the Information
Commissioner's Office (ICO). It may be helpful to know that you are able
to lodge a complaint at any stage of your request and you do not need to
wait for an internal review process to be completed. Should you decide to
lodge a complaint, the ICO will request all the information in scope and a
detailed explanation of why a response has not been provided.

 

Once again, I apologise for the continued delay.

 

Your sincerely,

 

Directorate of Judicial Engagement Policy

Ministry of Defence

 

 

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