Legal costs

david jones made this Freedom of Information request to Powys County Council

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Dear Powys County Council,

I read in the national press that "operation gleam" was the largest investigation carried out by your Trading standards department. I would like to know what this cost?

In order to quantify this request can we separate the investiagtion costs from the legal costs?

So how much did it cost internally to investigate this case?

What was the external legal budget for this case? If possible how much was paid to individuals for example
ie MR X recieved £10, MR Y received £20.
I do not need to know individuals names just a breakdown of how much was paid to each lawyer.

So in summary we are looking for two gross figures:
1, internal costs
2. external legal costs

and figure 2 should be broken down by annonmyous indivduals if it is not possible to revela their names.

I appreciate costs may be recovered in due course but to date what are the out of pocket expenses for such a large and important case?

Yours faithfully,

David Jones

Freedom of Information Queries (CSP - Generic), Powys County Council

                       

Cyfarwyddwr Strategol: Rheoli Gwybodaeth/
Adnoddau
Information Compliance
Strategic Director: Resources
Neuadd Y Sir / County Hall
David Powell
Spa Road East

Llandrindod Wells

Powys LD1 5LG
  If calling please ask for / Os yn galw
gofynnwch am
 
 
 
Tel / Ffôn:  01597 82 7543         
 
Fax / Ffacs:  01597 82 6215      
 
Email/Llythyru electronig:
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Our ref / Ein cyf:  F2017-0374

Date / Dyddiad:   21/03/17

 

 

Request Accepted

 

FREEDOM of INFORMATION ACT 2000

Reference No: F2017/0374

 

Dear Mr Jones

 

Thank you for your request for information, received at this office on 
18/03/2017, in which you requested details of the following:

 

Operation Gleam   

 

The above is a summary of your request. The full details of the
information sought is provided to the officer to whom the request is
tasked.

 

Your request will now be considered and you will receive a response within
the statutory timescale of 20 working days as defined by the Act, subject
to the information not being exempt or containing a reference to a third
party. In some circumstances Powys County Council may be unable to achieve
this deadline. If this is likely you will be informed and given a revised
time-scale at the earliest opportunity.

 

There may be a fee payable for the retrieval, collation and provision of
the information you request. If this is the case you will be informed and
the 20 working day timescale will be suspended until we receive payment
from you. If you choose not to make a payment then your request will
remain unanswered.

 

Some requests may also require either full or partial transference to
another public authority in order to answer your query in the fullest
possible way. Again, you will be informed if this is the case.

 

The due date for responding to this request for information is 19/04/2017.

 

Should you need to discuss this further please contact the Information
Compliance Team on 01597 827543.

 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your interest in
Powys County Council.

 

Yours sincerely,

Carl Bryden

 

Information Compliance Officer

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Cyfarwyddwr Strategol: Rheoli Gwybodaeth/
Adnoddau
Information Compliance
Strategic Director: Resources
Neuadd Y Sir / County Hall
David Powell
Spa Road East

Llandrindod Wells

Powys LD1 5LG
  If calling please ask for / Os yn galw
gofynnwch am
 
 
 
Tel / Ffôn:  01597 82 7543         
 
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Our ref / Ein cyf:  0374

Date / Dyddiad:   07/04/17

 

Reference No: F2017-0374

 

 

Dear Mr Jones

 

Thank you for your request for information dated 18/03/17 concerning
Operation Gleam

 

This is to inform you that your request has been considered and I can
provide the following response:

 

The Request:

I read in the national press that "operation gleam" was the largest
investigation carried out by your Trading standards department. I would
like to know what this cost?

 

In order  to quantify this request can we separate the investigation costs
from the legal costs?

 

So how much did it cost internally to investigate this case?

 

What was the external legal budget for this case? If possible how much was
paid to individuals for example i.e. MR X received £10, MR Y received £20.

I do not need to know individuals names just a breakdown of how much was
paid to each lawyer.

 

So in summary we are looking for two gross figures:

1, internal costs

2. external legal costs

 

and figure 2 should be broken down by anonymous individuals if it is not
possible to reveal their names.

 

I appreciate costs may be recovered in due course but to date what are the
out of pocket expenses for such a large and important case?

 

The Response

The costs of Operation Gleam  are yet to be resolved in the Crown Court,
they are still forming part of criminal proceedings with a  hearing in the
Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 case. In our opinion the detail of the costs
are  exempted at this time under section 31 of the DPA as disclosure now
could prejudice those criminal proceedings.

 

It is noted that the financial hearing of the Proceeds of Crime case is
due for a mention in late July 2017( date to be confirmed).

 

However, once in the public forum, all costs can then be disclosed and
therefore there is an agreement to publish at a future date’

 

Section 17 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 requires Powys County
Council, when refusing to provide such information (because the
information is exempt) to provide you the applicant with a notice which:

(a)  states that fact;

(b)  specifies the exemption in question and

(c)  states (if that would not otherwise be apparent) why the exemption
applies.

In this instance the relevant exemption is Section 22 30 & 31 of the
Freedom of Information Act:

Section 22: Information intended for future publication -

(1) Information is exempt information if -

(a) The information is held by the public authority with a view to its
publication, by the authority or any other person, at some future date
(whether determined or not),

(b) The information was already held with a view to such publication at
the time when the request for information was made, and,

(c) It is reasonable in all the circumstances that the information should
be withheld from disclosure until the date referred to in paragraph (a).

(2) The duty to confirm or deny does not arise if, or to the extent that,
compliance with section 1(1) (a) would involve the disclosure of any
information (whether or not already recorded) which falls within
subsection (1).

In accordance with Section 22 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 I am
unable to provide you with the details you have requested.

 

Section 30: Investigations and proceedings conducted by public authorities
-

(1) Information held by a public authority is exempt information if it has
at any time been held by the authority for the purposes of -

(a) Any investigation which the public authority has a duty to conduct
with a view to it being ascertained -

(i) Whether a person should be charged with an offence, or,

(ii) Whether a person charged with an offence is guilty of it.

(b) Any investigation which is conducted by the authority and in the
circumstances may lead to a decision by the authority to institute
criminal proceedings which the authority has power to conduct, or,

(c) Any criminal proceedings which the authority has power to conduct.

(2) Information held by a public authority is exempt information if -

(a) It was obtained or recorded by the authority for the purposes of its
functions relating to -

(i) Investigations falling within subsection (1) (a) or (b),

(ii) Criminal proceedings which the authority has power to conduct,

(iii) Investigations (other than investigations falling within subsection
(1) (a) or (b)) which are conducted by the authority for any of the
purposes specified in section 31(2) and either by virtue of Her Majesty’s
prerogative or by virtue of powers conferred by or under any enactment,
or,

(iv) Civil proceedings which are brought by or on behalf of the authority
and arise out of such investigations, and,

(b) It relates to the obtaining of information from confidential sources.

(3) The duty to confirm or deny does not arise in relation to information
which is (or if it were held by the public authority would be) exempt
information by virtue of subsection (1) or (2).

(4) In relation to the institution or conduct of criminal proceedings or
the power to conduct them, references in subsection (1) (b) or (c) and
subsection (2) (a) to the public authority include references -

(a) To any officer of the authority,

Section 31: Law enforcement

(1) Information which is not exempt information by virtue of section 30 is
exempt information if its disclosure under this Act would, or would be
likely to, prejudice -

(a) The prevention or detection of crime

In accordance with Section 31 (1) (a) of the Freedom of Information Act
2000 I am unable to provide you with the details you have requested.

 

We believe that this request is now complete and shall be closed
immediately. Should any further information be requested regarding this
topic, a separate request will need to be submitted.

 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your interest in
Powys County Council.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Information Compliance Team

 

 

The supply of documents under Freedom of Information does not give the
person or organisation who receives them an automatic right to re-use the
documents in a way that would infringe copyright.

 

You are free to use any information supplied for your own use, including
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example, by publishing the information or issuing copies to the public
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Management. Our complaints procedure is available on request or on our
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Information Commissioner can be contacted at:

 

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Cardiff

CF10 2HH

Tel: 029 2067 8400

Email: [3][email address]

[4]www.ico.org.uk

 

 

 

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Dear Powys County Council,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Powys County Council's handling of my FOI request 'Legal costs'.

I asked for the legal costs of Operation gleam. This case has been resolved. A poca case will be a seperate case and i have no interest in that case. My question wa show much did it cost to investigate the operation gleam case for clarity let us say the day the verdicts were given in court was the last day of the case and costs can and no doubt already have been calculated to that day.

The council is keen to get national publicity as a tax payer i want to know what this has cost.

I do not regard the answer of:
a another case having any bearing on a case that has already been determined
b that the figure will be published in the future but on an undetermined date.

This strikes me as the council is hiding its expenditure

[ GIVE DETAILS ABOUT YOUR COMPLAINT HERE ]

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/l...

Yours faithfully,

david jones

Freedom of Information Queries (CSP - Generic), Powys County Council

Dear Mr Jones

We acknowledge receipt of your complaint regarding the Information relating to "Legal Costs". We regret that you have expressed dissatisfaction in the service provided by Powys County Council in respect of your recent request for information. Your complaint will be referred to the most appropriate individual for review, in accordance with the Council’s Freedom of Information Complaints Policy.

Powys County Council attempts to respond to requests for a review within 20 working days, however, this is not possible in all cases. We will endeavour to respond by 16th May 2017.

Yours Sincerely

Information Compliance Team

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Dear Freedom of Information Queries (CSP - Generic),

Further to my request fro information and your stated aim to respond by 16th of May 2017.

This seems to be further evidence that teh council is hiding its expenditure. It is a simple question what did it cost to investigate 1 case.

i would appreciate a response.

Yours sincerely,

david jones

Freedom of Information Queries (CSP - Generic), Powys County Council

Dear Mr Jones

We apologise for the delay in providing a response to your request. We can advise that a response has been drafted and is currently with the Legal Team awaiting sign off. We will chase them again today on your behalf.

Once again our apologies for any inconvenience this delay may cause.

Regards

Information Compliance Team

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Dear Powys County Council,

Please pass this on to the person who conducts Freedom of Information reviews.

I am writing to request an internal review of Powys County Council's handling of my FOI request 'Legal costs'.

i'm seeking the legl costs of operation gleam from its start to the day a verdcit in the case was given.

i wouldlike to know has the cost been calculated?
has this calculated cost been given to the defendants in this case?
if the costs have been shared with teh gulity parties why is it not possible to share this figure?

i regard the attitude of the council as hiding the cost of one of their much publicised investigations

[ GIVE DETAILS ABOUT YOUR COMPLAINT HERE ]

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/l...

Yours faithfully,

david jones

Freedom of Information Queries (CSP - Generic), Powys County Council

Dear Mr Jones

We apologise for the delay in providing a response to your request. We can advise that a response has been drafted and is still with the Legal Team awaiting sign off. We will chase them again today on your behalf.

Once again our apologies for any inconvenience this delay may cause.

Regards

Information Compliance Team

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Freedom of Information Queries (CSP - Generic), Powys County Council

1 Attachment

Dear Mr Jones

Please find attached the response to your request for an Internal Review into the Costs of Operation Gleam. Please accept our apologies for the delay in responding to your request and for any inconvenience that this may have caused.

Regards

Information Compliance Team

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Dear Freedom of Information Queries (CSP - Generic),

you publish a cost figure.

Patheric that thsi could not have been done immediately. typicla of a paranoid council who try and hide their failings.

the costs were approved at 1ook and soared to 400K how could thsi happen?

Yours sincerely,

david jones

Freedom of Information Queries (CSP - Generic), Powys County Council

 

Cyfarwyddwr Strategol: Rheoli Gwybodaeth/
Adnoddau
Information Compliance
Strategic Director: Resources
Neuadd Y Sir / County Hall
David Powell
Spa Road East

Llandrindod Wells

Powys LD1 5LG
  If calling please ask for / Os yn galw
gofynnwch am
 
 
 
Tel / Ffôn:  01597 82 7543         
 
Fax / Ffacs:  01597 82 6215      
 
Email/Llythyru electronig:
  [1][Powys County Council request email]

Our ref / Ein cyf:  F2017-0701

Date / Dyddiad:   05/07/17

 

 

Request Accepted

 

FREEDOM of INFORMATION ACT 2000

Reference No: F2017/0701

 

Dear Mr Jones

 

Thank you for your request for information, received at this office on
04/07/2017, in which you requested details of the following:

 

Operation Gleam Costs 1

 

The above is a summary of your request. The full details of the
information sought is provided to the officer to whom the request is
tasked.

 

Your request will now be considered and you will receive a response within
the statutory timescale of 20 working days as defined by the Act, subject
to the information not being exempt or containing a reference to a third
party. In some circumstances Powys County Council may be unable to achieve
this deadline. If this is likely you will be informed and given a revised
time-scale at the earliest opportunity.

 

There may be a fee payable for the retrieval, collation and provision of
the information you request. If this is the case you will be informed and
the 20 working day timescale will be suspended until we receive payment
from you. If you choose not to make a payment then your request will
remain unanswered.

 

Some requests may also require either full or partial transference to
another public authority in order to answer your query in the fullest
possible way. Again, you will be informed if this is the case.

 

The due date for responding to this request for information is 01/08/2017.

 

Should you need to discuss this further please contact the Information
Compliance Team on 01597 827543.

 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your interest in
Powys County Council.

 

Yours sincerely,

Carl Bryden

 

Information Compliance Officer

 

 

 

 

 

Carl Bryden

Information Compliance Assistant

Cyngor Sir Powys Powys County Council

Ext. 7543

 

 

 

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Cyfarwyddwr Strategol: Rheoli Gwybodaeth/
Adnoddau
Information Compliance
Strategic Director: Resources
Neuadd Y Sir / County Hall
David Powell
Spa Road East

Llandrindod Wells

Powys LD1 5LG
  If calling please ask for / Os yn galw
gofynnwch am
 
 
 
Tel / Ffôn:  01597 82 7543         
 
Fax / Ffacs:  01597 82 6215      

Email/Llythyru electronig:
[1][Powys County Council request email]

Our ref / Ein cyf:  F2017-0701

Date / Dyddiad:   06/07/2017

 

Reference No: F2017-0701

 

 

Dear Mr. Jones

 

Thank you for your request for information dated 04/07/2017 concerning
Operation Gleam Costs 1

 

This is to inform you that your request has been considered and I can
provide the following response:

 

The Request:

 

you publish a cost figure.

 

Patheric that thsi could not have been done immediately. typicla of a
paranoid council who try and hide their failings.

 

the costs were approved at 1ook and soared to 400K how could thsi  happen?

 

The Response:

The costs increased in response to the extent and scope of the  legal
challenges raise by the Defendants legal team as part of their Defence

 

We believe that this request is now complete and shall be closed
immediately. Should any further information be requested regarding this
topic, a separate request will need to be submitted.

 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your interest in
Powys County Council.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Information Compliance Team

 

 

The supply of documents under Freedom of Information does not give the
person or organisation who receives them an automatic right to re-use the
documents in a way that would infringe copyright.

 

You are free to use any information supplied for your own use, including
for non-commercial research purposes. The information may also be used for
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example, by publishing the information or issuing copies to the public
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The copyright of most of the information that we provide in response to
Freedom of Information Act requests will be owned by Powys County Council.
The copyright in other information may be owned by another person or
organisation, as indicated in the information itself.

 

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Compliance. Our complaints procedure is available on request or on our
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the Information Commissioner, who is the statutory regulator. The
Information Commissioner can be contacted at:

 

Information Commissioner's Office

2nd floor

Churchill House

Churchill way

Cardiff

CF10 2HH

Tel: 029 2067 8400

Email: [3][email address]

[4]www.ico.org.uk

 

 

 

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Dear Freedom of Information Queries (CSP - Generic),

The information given by the coucil appears to be contradictory.

On the one hand it informs there will be a mention in late July and then latterly it says the costs will be resolved in late July.

This is misleading.

Could the coucil give the date that these amazing costs will be repaid?

Yours sincerely,

david jones

Freedom of Information Queries (CSP - Generic), Powys County Council

 

Cyfarwyddwr Strategol: Rheoli Gwybodaeth/
Adnoddau
Information Compliance
Strategic Director: Resources
Neuadd Y Sir / County Hall
David Powell
Spa Road East

Llandrindod Wells

Powys LD1 5LG
  If calling please ask for / Os yn galw
gofynnwch am
 
 
 
Tel / Ffôn:  01597 82 7543         
 
Fax / Ffacs:  01597 82 6215      
 
Email/Llythyru electronig:
  [1][Powys County Council request email]

Our ref / Ein cyf:  F2017-0725

Date / Dyddiad:   11/07/17

 

 

Request Accepted

 

FREEDOM of INFORMATION ACT 2000

Reference No: F2017/0725

 

Dear Mr. Jones

 

Thank you for your request for information, received at this office on
11/07/2017, in which you requested details of the following:

 

Operation Gleam Costs 3

 

The above is a summary of your request. The full details of the
information sought is provided to the officer to whom the request is
tasked.

 

Your request will now be considered and you will receive a response within
the statutory timescale of 20 working days as defined by the Act, subject
to the information not being exempt or containing a reference to a third
party. In some circumstances Powys County Council may be unable to achieve
this deadline. If this is likely you will be informed and given a revised
time-scale at the earliest opportunity.

 

There may be a fee payable for the retrieval, collation and provision of
the information you request. If this is the case you will be informed and
the 20 working day timescale will be suspended until we receive payment
from you. If you choose not to make a payment then your request will
remain unanswered.

 

Some requests may also require either full or partial transference to
another public authority in order to answer your query in the fullest
possible way. Again, you will be informed if this is the case.

 

The due date for responding to this request for information is 08/08/2017.

 

Should you need to discuss this further please contact the Information
Compliance Team on 01597 827543.

 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your interest in
Powys County Council.

 

Yours sincerely,

Carl Bryden

 

Information Compliance Officer

 

 

 

 

 

Carl Bryden

Information Compliance Assistant

Cyngor Sir Powys Powys County Council

Ext. 7543

 

 

 

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Freedom of Information Queries (CSP - Generic), Powys County Council

Cyfarwyddwr Strategol: Rheoli Gwybodaeth/
Adnoddau
Information Compliance
Strategic Director: Resources
Neuadd Y Sir / County Hall
David Powell
Spa Road East

Llandrindod Wells

Powys LD1 5LG
  If calling please ask for / Os yn galw
gofynnwch am
 
 
 
Tel / Ffôn:  01597 82 7543         
 
Fax / Ffacs:  01597 82 6215      

Email/Llythyru electronig:
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Our ref / Ein cyf:  F2017-0725

Date / Dyddiad:   31/07/2017

 

Reference No: F2017-0725

 

 

Dear Mr. Jones

 

Thank you for your request for information dated  concerning Operation
Gleam Costs 3

 

This is to inform you that your request has been considered and I can
provide the following response:

 

The Request:

 

(Re: Operation Gleam costs)

 

The information given by the coucil appears to be contradictory.

 

On the one hand it informs there will be a mention in late July and then
latterly it says the costs will be resolved in late July.

 

This is misleading.

 

Could the coucil give the date that these amazing costs will be repaid?

 

The Response:

 

‘The court set a proceeds of crime timetable post-conviction which
includes financial matters. The financial hearing, which will deal with
costs, was set last year for a mention for the 28^th July 2017  but has
now been rearranged for the 9^th August 2017.Any costs (including costs
incurred over the last year) incurred by the prosecution will be applied
for. As the matter is still ongoing nothing else can be reported.’

 

 

We believe that this request is now complete and shall be closed
immediately. Should any further information be requested regarding this
topic, a separate request will need to be submitted.

 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your interest in
Powys County Council.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Information Compliance Team

 

 

The supply of documents under Freedom of Information does not give the
person or organisation who receives them an automatic right to re-use the
documents in a way that would infringe copyright.

 

You are free to use any information supplied for your own use, including
for non-commercial research purposes. The information may also be used for
the purposes of news reporting. However, any other type of re-use, for
example, by publishing the information or issuing copies to the public
will require the permission of the copyright owner.

 

The copyright of most of the information that we provide in response to
Freedom of Information Act requests will be owned by Powys County Council.
The copyright in other information may be owned by another person or
organisation, as indicated in the information itself.

 

For HMSO Guidance Notes on a range of copyright issues, see the Office of
Public Sector Information(OPSI) website.

[2]http://www.opsi.gov.uk/advice/crown-copy...

 

If you are dissatisfied with the service you have received in relation to
your request and wish to make a complaint, please contact Information
Compliance. Our complaints procedure is available on request or on our
website.

 

If you are still not satisfied following this, you can make an appeal to
the Information Commissioner, who is the statutory regulator. The
Information Commissioner can be contacted at:

 

Information Commissioner's Office

2nd floor

Churchill House

Churchill way

Cardiff

CF10 2HH

Tel: 029 2067 8400

Email: [3][email address]

[4]www.ico.org.uk

 

 

 

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Dear Freedom of Information Queries (CSP - Generic),

You have not answered my main point.

How can a budget for a legal case be allowed to escalate?

Where are the minutes where it was agreed to pay such large figures to these lawyers?

Where was the quote for th ework in advance?

Where was the 2nd or 3rd quote for the same work?

is is possible the council could allow lawyers to work on a case without a fixed fee?\
\
These points are irreleevant to the status of a poca case. My concern is as a council tax payer how do i know this council is not paying there mates to work for them on very high fees?

Please publish all the minutes and discussions on this case (concerning the procurrmnet of fees) to show you are not corrupt stealing pigs in the trough types.

Yours sincerely,

david jones

Freedom of Information Queries (CSP - Generic), Powys County Council

Dear Mr Jones

As we still have an Internal Review outstanding for you (F2017-0702) which is currently with the legal team awaiting sign off, we would propose that we add the response to this request as it will dovetail in with comments made in F2017-0702 and hopefully make the matter clearer.

Regards

Debra Jarvis
Information Compliance Manager
Powys County Hall
Llandrindod Wells
Powys
LD1 5LG

01597 827510

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Freedom of Information Queries (CSP - Generic), Powys County Council

1 Attachment

Dear Mr Jones

 

Please find attached the responses for your requests for a Review of our
disclosure of Freedom of Information numbers  F2017-0702 & F2017-0725. 
Please accept our apology for the delay in providing these responses.

 

Information Compliance Team

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