All documentation relating to organisation of 1.9.21's LGBTI+ Cross Party Group meeting

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Dear Scottish Parliament,

I am writing to you under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 to request the information detailed below.

Could you provide me with copies of all information including, but not limited to, correspondence and messages exchanged between members, notes of telephone calls, emails and messages on the "Slack" social media tool, held by the Scottish Parliament and the LGBTI+ Cross-Party Group in the 6 weeks prior to the initial meeting of this parliamentary year on 1st September 2021.

Yours faithfully,

M Kelly

Brock T (Tiegan),

Dear M Kelly,

 

I acknowledge your freedom of information request received on 17 January
2022. This request has been logged with the following reference number:
2022-670524.

 

We will reply in due course within the statutory deadline.

 

Kind Regards,

Tiegan Brock

 

Tiegan Brock

IMG Assistant | Information Management & Governance Team |

The Scottish Parliament | Edinburgh | EH99 1SP |

Email | [email address] |

 

 

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Brock T (Tiegan),

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Dear M Kelly,

We refer to your request for information dated 17 January 2022.

Please find attached our reply together with an accompanying notice.

Yours sincerely,

Tiegan Brock

Tiegan Brock

IMG Assistant | Information Management & Governance Team |

The Scottish Parliament | Edinburgh | EH99 1SP |

Email | [email address] |

 

 

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