I should be grateful if you can publish in full the recent letter from Baroness Dunn to the House of Lords which signified her intention to relinquish her seat in the Lords. This letter was mentioned in an article of Financial Times titled “Peers quit to keep ‘non-dom’ status” and dated 6 July 2010 vide http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/adc43542-8929-....
I am writing to acknowledge your request to the House of Lords administration for information under the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 on 8 July 2010.
We aim to respond to all such requests within 20 working days of receipt. You should therefore expect a response from us no later than 5 August.
House of Lords
I am writing in response to your request for information received by the
House of Lords administration on 8 July.
You asked for a copy of a letter dated 6 July 2010 from Baroness Dunn to
the House of Lords which signified her intention to relinquish her seat.
After careful consideration, I am pleased to attach a PDF copy Baroness
Dunn's letter. It must be noted that Baroness Dunn's signature would
normally be removed prior to disclosure as it constitutes personal data
exempt under section 40(2) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. On this
occasion however, Baroness Dunn has informed us that she has no objection
to her letter of 6 July 2010 being released in full.
House of Lords
Thank you so much for your expeditious action!