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Correspondence with the British Film Institute re: The Culture White Paper, March 2016

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Dear Department for Culture, Media and Sport,

Can you please provide any correspondence between the DCMS and the
British Film Institute directly pertaining to the issue of 'financial
freedoms' as outlined in 'The Culture White Paper', published by DCMS in
March 2016.

Full text here:
https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/sy...

Relevant passage here: 'The freedoms package includes measures such as
giving public bodies the flexibility to opt in or out of central
procurement processes, and financial freedoms, including permission to
spend previously generated reserves, the authorisation to invest
non-grant-in-aid income and the removal of the 1 per cent limit on pay
awards.'

Yours faithfully,

Dominic Rafferty

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Dominic Rafferty

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Dear Mr Rafferty,

Thank you for your email of 4 January 2018, in which you made the
following request for information:

Can you please provide any correspondence between the DCMS and the

British Film Institute directly pertaining to the issue of 'financial

freedoms' as outlined in 'The Culture White Paper', published by DCMS in

March 2016.

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(the Act).

See attached the correspondence we hold within scope of your request,
please note that some information has been redacted under section 40
(personal information) of the Act. Section 40 is an absolute exemption and
therefore does not require a public interest test.

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