Monthly Archives: June 2013

Playground Duty

Teaching? A mugs game. The (mythical) long holidays, the (mythical) 3-30 finish, the (mythical) relaxed and friendly environment as you helped the enthusiastic next generation prepare for adult life… Playground duty was the bane of my life when I was … Continue reading

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FOI: Latest decisions and developments

One of the key recommendations of the House of Commons Justice Select Committee in its July 2012 report on the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (FoI) was the introduction of a new exemption for academic research. The government accepted this … Continue reading

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The PM has set up an Information sharing task force.

And what will the task force do? It will report back. In what way will it report back? Urgently. What sort of priority will it have? The highest. What will the report do? It will land on the PM’s desk. … Continue reading

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