Minutes of meeting that led to document 16th August 1990

Response to this request is long overdue. By law, under all circumstances, Ministry of Defence should have responded by now (details). You can complain by requesting an internal review.

Dear Ministry of Defence,

Please provide minutes of the meeting which is stated in the declassified document titled Anthrax Prophylaxis 16th August 1990. Please keep back the identities of personnel protecting their personal data , however Senior Civil servants do not have the same privelege within data protection, thus leave them in!

Regards,

gavin roberts

Dear Ministry of Defence,

We have not received a reply to data surrounding minutes/data of meeting or meetings that led to the document from Porton Down on the 16th August advising MOD to run with option 2 experimental vaccines and combinations, where it also states
' A unique opportunity to collect human data' in the same document.

If it helps, from other data it would seem Dr Jeremy Metters was privy to the meetings/discussions prior to the illegal advise being offered and then acted upon. Obviously we can see from the limited data that no Crown privelege or any licensing was granted or even sought. Does this data exist? If not why not? If so is it classified or not? If it is classified please forward details of file to enable our legals to request its declassification.

Regards,

gavin roberts
J4V

Dear Ministry of Defence,

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

I am writing to request an internal review of Ministry of Defence's handling of my FOI request 'Minutes of meeting that led to document 16th August 1990'.

Still no response to this request as required by law? 50 days?

Please instruct an internal review,

Regards,

gavin roberts

CIO-FOI-IR (MULTIUSER), Ministry of Defence

Dear Mr Roberts,

 

Acknowledgement of Request for a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
Internal Review

 

Thank you for your email of 2 August, in which you asked for an internal
review of your request, MOD’s reference FOI2020/06563.

 

The Department's target for completing internal reviews is 20 working days
from date of receipt of your confirmation and we therefore aim to complete
the review and respond to you by 1 September 2020. While we are working
hard to achieve this, in the interests of providing you with a realistic
indication of when you should expect a response, we should advise that the
majority are currently taking between 20 and 40 working days to complete.

 

The review will involve a full, independent reconsideration of the
handling of the case as well as the final decision.

 

Regards,

 

MOD Information Rights Compliance Team

CIO-FOI-IR (MULTIUSER), Ministry of Defence

1 Attachment

Dear Mr Roberts,

 

Please find attached a response to your recent request for internal
review.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

MOD Information Rights Compliance Team

Dear Sandra,

Thankyou

Regards

gavin roberts