TBL 19 Series of Files

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Dear Department of Health,

I write regarding the TBL 19 series of files, these are concerned with Hepatitis C. Some volumes of these files are available on TNA's catalogue, but not all of them. I have outlined those which are not yet on TNA's Online Discovery Catalogue below. Given that the Department says it is committed to transparency please can you make the files available on the TNA's Catalogue as soon as possible?

TBL 19 1 - Available
TBL 19 2 - Available
TBL 19 3 - MISSING
TBL 19 4 - Available
any further files in this series

Yours faithfully,

JJ Evans

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Our ref: DE-1101041

 

Dear Mr/Ms Evans,
 
Thank you for your email of 9 October about missing files on The National
Archives catalogue.  I have been asked to reply.

The Freedom of Information Act only applies to recorded information such
as paper or electronic archive material.  As your correspondence asked for
general information, rather than requesting recorded information or
documentation, it did not fall under the provisions of the Act.

 

The information you requested on the files is as follows:

The file TBL/019/V003 is available on the Discovery catalogue at:

[1]http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk...

 

There are further records in the series available as follows:

 

TBL/019/V005 -
[2]http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk...

TBL/019/V006 -
[3]http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk...

TBL/019/V007 -
[4]http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk...

TBL/019/V008 -
[5]http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk...

 

The Department of Health retains the file TBL/019/V009 which is dated 1996
to 1999.  This is not yet a historic record and is not due for transfer to
The National Archives at this time.

 

The Department does not hold records with the file references GEB/005/V001
to GEB/005/V009.  There is no record of these files being deposited with
the Departmental Records Office and there are no further files in the
series following GEB/005/V021.

 

There are three files which will become historic records at the end of
2017, and will be made available at The National Archives next year:

 

HIM/022/007/V008

HIM/022/007/V011

HIM/022/007/V012

 

There are no further files in the series after HIM/022/007/V012.

 

HIM/003/V001 and HIM/003/V002 have been destroyed as the content did not
meet the criteria for permanent preservation at The National Archives.

 

HIM/003/V008 is available from The National Archives at:
[6]http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk...

 

The files HIM/003/V009, HIM/003/V010 and HIM/003/V011 were deposited in
1999.  They contained ephemeral papers about the Haemophilia Society and
have been destroyed.

 

HIM/003/V012 and HIM/003/V013 are dated 1997 to 1998.  These are not yet
historic records and are not due for transfer to The National Archives
until next year.

 

There are no further files in the series after HIM/003/V013.

 

HIM/004/V001 and HIM/004/V002 have been destroyed as the content did not
meet the criteria for permanent preservation at The National Archives.

 

There are no further files in the series after HIM/004/V004.

 

The Department does not hold records with the file reference CBL/022/V002
and there is no record of these files being deposited with the
Departmental Records Office.

 

CBL/022/V004 -

[7]http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk...

CBL/022/V009 -
[8]http://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk...

 

There are no further files in the series after CBL/022/V009.

 

I hope this reply is helpful.

Yours sincerely,
 
Ola Adigun
Ministerial Correspondence and Public Enquiries
Department of Health

 

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