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Locomotion No. 1 historic locomotive engine

Susan Dunn made this Freedom of Information request to Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

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Dear Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport,

Locomotion No. 1 historic locomotive engine

With reference to the above I would like to receive copies of all communications (emails, minutes, notes, briefings, memos, agreements) between 1/1/2018 and the day when you reply to this request, between :-

DCMS

and

one or more of these:-
Science Museum Group board of trustees
SMG senior managers
NRM senior managers
SMG advisory boards
NRM advisory boards

'Senior managers' includes Chief Executives and Directors.

Please upload to this website, thank you.

Susan Dunn

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Information Team at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. 
You will receive a response to your information request within 20 working
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[1][email address] | 020 7211 6111

[2]@dcms   [3]/dcmsgovuk | [4]www.gov.uk/dcms

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Dear Ms Dunn

The date that the response is due for your request, FOI2021/02297, has
been changed to 29th March. A letter explaining this is attached.

Kind Regards

Freedom of Information Team,

Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

Dear FOI Team,

"However, we have determined that some of this information may be exempt from release under section
36 (prejudice to the effective conduct of public affairs) of the Act."

When only some of it may be exempt, why delay the rest?

You have the information ready already, just have not yet done a 'public interest test', I do not think you are right to keep delaying whatever is not being put under this 'public interest test'!

Science Museum group is saying exactly the same thing. Have you both been in touch about this? When? Why? What did you say to each other??

I am confused why you think I should wait for information you do not intend to withhold after the public interest test??

I request an internal review BUT not interested in waiting for information you should have given out by friday last!

Yours sincerely,

Susan Dunn

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Ministerial Support Team

4th Floor, 100 Parliament Street, London SW1A 2BQ

[1][email address] | 020 7211 6111

[2]@dcms   [3]/dcmsgovuk | [4]www.gov.uk/dcms

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Dear Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport,

"we have determined that some of this information may be exempt from release under section 36 (prejudice to the effective conduct of public affairs)"

Please could you upload the information used by whoever made this determination

Please include proof of when it was done and the procedure and what hey did

For the avoidance of doubt, I would like originals not scans of printed sheets (if unable to upload originals then please upload screenshots of all the date created/modified views of the originals)

If partly or completely a verbal determination please upload a copy of everything you already have on record to satisfy the ICO's standard requirements for that

Yours faithfully,

Susan Dunn

Dear Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport,

Quoting from https://ico.org.uk/for-organisations/gui... under "How much extra time can we have to consider the public interest test?" I quote "You should release any information that is not covered by an exemption within the standard time." If you read that the Information Commissioner says 'standard time' refers to the first 20 working days not the extension which is only for a 'public interest test' on some of the information as per your letter.

Are you sure your response is valid by law?

Yours faithfully,

Susan Dunn

Dear Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport,

ICO have advised me you should have disclosed without extension the information not referred for this 'public interest test' so you are not permitted by the law to extend the date for the request in toto.

Please be advised therefore, I will be recording a formal complaint at the ICO.

Yours faithfully,

Susan Dunn

FOI Team,

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Our Ref: FOI2021/02297

Please see the attached letter from the Department for Digital, Culture,
Media and Sport.

Kind regards,

Ministerial Support Team

Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

FOI Team,

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Dear Susan Dunn

The date that the response is due for your request, FOI2021/04499, has
been changed to 28th April. A letter explaining this is attached.

Kind Regards

Freedom of Information Team,

Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

FOI Team,

1 Attachment

Our Ref: FOI2021/04499

Please see the attached letter from the Department for Digital, Culture,
Media and Sport.

Kind regards,

Ministerial Support Team

Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

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