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Dr Emma L Briant made this Freedom of Information request to Cabinet Office

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Dr Emma L Briant

Dear Cabinet Office,

Under the Freedom of Information Act please could I see any timetabling and scheduling of meetings, engagements and travel during and related to Rt Hon William Hague Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs visit to Ukraine in May 2014 in the Minister or Cabinet Office's possession.

Yours faithfully,

Dr Emma L Briant

Dear Cabinet Office,

I just want to make it clear I'm not asking for Minister/MP emails which I believe are exempt but information and communication in the possession of the office (for example that might be held for planning, organization and administration, giving advice and other purposes in serving the Minister and their activities).

Yours faithfully,

Dr Emma L Briant

Cabinet Office FOI Team,

Our ref: FOI2020/10738

Dear EMMA L BRIANT,

Thank you for your request for information which was received on
10/8/2020. Your request is being handled under the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 ('the Act').

The Act requires that a response must be given promptly, and in any event
within 20 working days. We will therefore aim to reply at the latest by
8/9/2020.

Please remember to quote the reference number above in any future
communications.

Yours sincerely,

FOI Team

FOI Team Mailbox, Cabinet Office

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Dear FOI Team Mailbox,

As this is a qualified exemption weighed according to public interest, please could I ask you under what circumstances release has been deemed in the public interest in the past? These policy decisions are now past and the public interest in understanding these decisions is compelling given the current importance of understanding past responses to Russian actions and the need for the public to be informed about matters that might determine the best course in present and future actions and policy decisions.

Yours sincerely,

Dr Emma L Briant