Phorm: Meeting on 28 April 2009

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Dear Sir or Madam,

on the 28 April 2009, the Home Office, BERR, and Cabinet Office met to discuss and agree the UK Government response to the European Commission infraction proceedings arising from the failure to prosecute BT over the Phorm scandal.

Please will you disclose to me;

- The topic and agenda of that meeting

- The names of those who attending the meeting

- Any third parties who were present, including BT, Virgin Media, Carphone Warehouse, or Phorm

- The minutes, particularly concerning agreements that were reached at that meeting

Yours faithfully,

P. John

Dear Sir or Madam,

please could you acknowledge receipt of the request described on this web page;

http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/ph...

Yours faithfully,

P. John

Home Office

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Reference : T12866/9

Thank you for your e-mail enquiry of 21/07/2009 4:00:32 PM

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Dear Sir or Madam,

plesae could I ask you to respond to this FoI request.

By law, you should have completed your response no later than 11 August 2009.

Yours faithfully,

P. John

Home Office

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Thank you for your e-mail enquiry of 10/07/2009 5:10:08 PM

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Dear Sir or Madam,

please could I ask you to resend the message reference T11896/9 attachment "ResponseT11896 9.doc" (dated 20 August 2009).

I'm unable to read the message or attachment (it appears to be truncated).

many thanks,
Yours faithfully,

P. John

Home Office

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Reference : T11896/9

Thank you for your e-mail enquiry of 10/07/2009 5:10:08 PM

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