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Steve Elibank made this Freedom of Information request to Department for International Development

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The request was partially successful.

Dear Department for International Development,

Please provide me with an electronic copy of all correspondence you have had with the Office of the Quartet Representative, including any documents/attachments that were sent between your two organisations, in the last twelve months.

In the event that the cost-threshold becomes engaged, please limit the request to communications and materials sent to you by OQR, and if the cost-threshold is still engaged, please limit this to the year 2011.

Yours faithfully,
Steve Elibank

foi, Department for International Development

Dear Mr Elibank

Freedom of Information Request F2011-207

Thank you for your request for information about correspondence between
DFID and the Office of the Quartet Representative

We received your request on 20 June 2011 and are dealing with it under
the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Please note that FOI responses may be published on DFID's website

Please contact me if you have any queries, quoting reference number
F2011-2011

Yours sincerely

John McGinn
Openness Unit

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John McGinn, Department for International Development

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Dear Mr Elibank

I am writing to confirm that we are not yet in a position to respond to
your Freedom of Information request of 20 June 2011.

The attached letter provides further details of our considerations and we
hope to respond by 28 July 2011

regards

John McGinn
Openness Unit
See how UK aid is changing the lives of the world's poorest people at
www.dfid.gov.uk/changinglives.

Christine Mackintosh, Department for International Development

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Dear Mr Elibank

Please see the attached correspondence regarding your FOI request of 20
June on correspondence with the Office of the Quartet Representative.

Regards

Christine Mackintosh

See how UK aid is changing the lives of the world's poorest people at
www.dfid.gov.uk/changinglives.

John McGinn, Department for International Development

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Dear Mr Elibank

I am writing to confirm that we are not yet in a position to respond to
your Freedom of Information request of 20 June 2011.

The attached letter provides further details of our considerations and we
hope to respond by 23 August 2011

regards

John McGinn
Openness Unit
See how UK aid is changing the lives of the world's poorest people at
www.dfid.gov.uk/changinglives.

Helen Kennedy, Department for International Development

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Dear Mr Elibank

I'm afraid we are still not in a position to provide you with a response
to your FOI request F2011-207. I have attached our formal letter
explaining this and providing a new planned date for response. I am very
sorry for the delay.

Yours sincerely

Helen Kennedy
DFID Openness Unit

See how UK aid is changing the lives of the world's poorest people at
www.dfid.gov.uk/changinglives.

Christine Mackintosh, Department for International Development

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Dear Mr Elibank

Please see the attached correspondence regarding your request for
information on correspondence with the Office of the Quartet
Representative.

Yours sincerely

Christine Mackintosh
Openness Unit

See how UK aid is changing the lives of the world's poorest people at
www.dfid.gov.uk/changinglives.

John McGinn, Department for International Development

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Dear Mr Elibank

I refer to my letter of 23 August 2011 explaining that we are still
considering the public interest arguments for and against disclosure of
the information you have requested. 

I am writing to confirm that we are still considering these issues and are
not yet in a position to respond to you.  I am very sorry for the delay.
 We do hope to finalise our deliberations as soon as possible and now plan
to respond to you by 4 October 2011.

Please accept my apologies for the delay. 

regards

 

John McGinn

Openness Unit

 

See how UK aid is changing the lives of the world's poorest people at
www.dfid.gov.uk/changinglives.

Christine Mackintosh, Department for International Development

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Dear Mr Elibank
 
Please find attached DFID's response to your request for information on
correspondence with the Office of the Quartet Representative.

Christine Mackintosh
Openness Unit
DFID

See how UK aid is changing the lives of the world's poorest people at
www.dfid.gov.uk/changinglives.

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