Dear Attorney General's Office,

1. I would like to know when and at what age do the government apply the Honourary Title Mr, Mister, to a man?
2. Mr, Mister is a title of a mans standing in society, is the mans standing in society decided by the government?
2. Is the decision by the governament to apply the honourary title 'Mr' Mister, consentual with the man who the title is being applied to?
2. Can the man refuse to accept the honourary title Mr, Mister?
3. Mr, Mister is 'employment' if the man has no employment or is retired can the title be removed or declined?
3. Mister, Mr is a title or courtesy, a man who is an incumbent of office 'Office' . What office do the government believe that the man holds who the honourary title Mr, Mister is being given to?

Blacks Law 4th edition
MISTER. A title of courtesy. A trade, craft, oc- cupation, employment, office.

Yours faithfully,

Paul-brian

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Dear Paul-Brian,

 

Thank you for your email dated 11 February 2021.

 

We have considered your request and can confirm that it does not
constitute a valid request for recorded information under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 (FOIA).

 

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Dear Correspondence (AGO),

Thank you for your reply, I will refine my question.

Mr, Mister is an incumbent of office, the govenment by honouring the man with the title Mr, Mister are assigning the man with office. Knowing the office of the man Mr, Mister, would be information held by the AGO.

I shall reduce my Information request to a simple question.
1. How many men in the UK are addressed without title, Mr, Mister, men who hold no title at all, is the number 0 or less than 50 or more than 50?

Yours sincerely,

Paul-brian

Correspondence (AGO), Attorney General's Office

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Dear Mr Brian,

 

Thank you for your email dated 15 February seeking to clarify your
purported Freedom of Information request.

 

We have considered your request and can confirm that it still does not
constitute a valid request for recorded information under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 (FOIA). If you do not clarify your request
sufficiently, further correspondence from you regarding this topic will be
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Yours sincerely,

 

FOI Officer

 

 

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