Dr Anthony William Baker

C. Smith-Byrne made this Freedom of Information request to General Medical Council This request has been closed to new correspondence. Contact us if you think it should be reopened.

General Medical Council did not have the information requested.

Dear General Medical Council,

Could you please confirm that you have pressurised the Whatdotheyknow Charity running this website into removing my request "Self-proclaimed 'sex abuse' expert Dr Anthony William Baker, Woking" dated 13th March 2011 from the site today (20th March 2012).

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Would you please arrange for my request to be reinstated immediately and provide an explanation for your actions which are incompatible with the Freedom of Information Act and the rationale behind it.

Thank you.

Yours faithfully,

C. Smith-Byrne

FOI, General Medical Council

Dear Ms Byrne

Your information request F12/4503/ME

Thank you for your email of 21 March 2012 asking for information under
the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FOIA).

We will consider your request and give you the information as soon as we
can, normally within the 20 working-day limit set by the FOIA.

Please note that there may be some information which we cannot release
to you under the FOIA. If this is the case, we will let you know why and
state the relevant exemptions given in the FOIA. We will also give you
information about how to appeal our decision.

I have allocated your request to Mark Ellen. If you have any questions,
please contact him on 0161 923 6347 or email [email address].

Yours sincerely

Sarah Green
Information Access Team Administrator
0161 923 6286
[email address]

General Medical Council
3 Hardman Street
M3 3AW

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Sheila Hersom left an annotation ()

Dear C. Smith-Byrne

Media are interested in this, contact daily mail, I understand their is a journalist interested in this misconduct. especially after an investigation from Pro Jane Ireland recently (see my FOI's)

Mark Ellen (0161 923 6347), General Medical Council

Dear C Smith-Byrne
Thank you for your e-mail of 21 March 2012 in which you ask the GMC to
confirm that we have pressurised the What Do They Know website into
removing your request.  
In accordance with Section 1(1)(a) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000
(FOIA) I can confirm that we do not hold the information you have
requested. I should clarify that we have had no correspondence with What
do they Know regarding your request.  
Mark Ellen 

Mark Ellen
Information Access Team
General Medical Council
3 Hardman Street
Manchester  M3 3AW
Direct Line: 0161 923 6347



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Sheila Hersom left an annotation ()

I refer to the email from GMC dated 20/4/2012 "they do not hold this info..." just wondered if this info has been shredded just like what happened in the Baby P Case

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Ben Harris left an annotation ()

I have hidden a large number of annotations on this request that were not related to the request itself. Please remember: annotations on WhatDoTheyKnow are to help people get the information they want, or to give them pointers to places they can go to help them act on it.

Ben Harris, WhatDoTheyKnow volunteer.

Sean Pierce left an annotation ()

It appears my annotation has been considered as inappriorirate to my remarks concening Dr. Anthony Baker.
I will continue to endose genuine complaints against this [potentially defamatory text removed] practioner.

T. Joyce left an annotation ()

Sue o,Callaghan says Pm her Facebook black/white pic NZ

Ben Harris left an annotation ()

Since a potentially defamatory annotation has been posted within days of my cleaning up this request, I've now disabled annotations on this request.

Ben Harris, WhatDoTheyKnow volunteer.