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Tag: freedom of information

Constitutional Law

New paper: A Tangled Constitutional Web — The Black-Spider Memos and the British Constitution’s Relational Architecture

I have written before about the Evans case concerning the Government’s attempt to block the release under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 of correspondence between the Prince of Wales and Ministers. I have now completed work on an article on this case that will appear in the October 2015 issue of the journal Public Law. The abstract of the article is […]

Administrative Law 0

Reasonableness review and the Court of Appeal’s decision in the Prince Charles correspondence case

I have written before about the saga concerning the disclosure of so-called advocacy correspondence sent by Prince Charles to Government Departments: in particular, about the Upper Tribunal’s decision, holding that the correspondence had to be released under the Freedom of Information Act 2000; the Attorney-General’s subsequent decision to use the “veto” power under that Act to block disclosure in spite […]