Wednesday, 7 November 2007

RE: ICO response[Ref. FS50180689] - CASE CLOSED‏

I've lost my dictionary: what does "embarassing" mean? And what does "inadequate" mean? And could you just remind me what "piss-poor" means, while you're at it, please? Copied to Vara, Fletcher and Johnson:

Dear H Jarman,

I imagine that the ICO's sweeping powers of investigation will permit it to request these documents of the MHRA - I suspect it will be in possession of an impressive file, by now. Sean Fletcher is the individual that you need to speak to, should it please you to do so. In all events, you have my permission, under whichever piece of legislation, to request this information of it.

Incidentally, whilst the Worshipful Company appears to be regarded as powerful/influential/whatever, that means very little to me: a flim-flam man is a flim-flam man, as far as I'm concerned.

Best regards

Matthew Holford

Subject: ICO response[Ref. FS50180689]
Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2007 13:33:29 +0000

7th November 2007

Case Reference Number FS50180689

Dear Mr Holford

Information request to MHRA.

Thank you for your correspondence dated 19 October 2007 in which you complain about MHRA.

So we can progress your complaint we need you to provide copies of the following:

· Your initial request for information to MHRA
· MHRA’s initial response
· Your request for a review
· MHRA‘s review of the decision

Your case has now been closed as there is no further action we are able to take without the documents we have requested. We require these documents as:

· it provides us with a full set of unedited evidence in support of the complaint
· it is necessary to provide a copy of the initial request to the public authority when we first notify them of having received a complaint

Once we receive the information we have requested your complaint can be reopened.

Please quote the reference number from the top of this letter in any further correspondence.

Yours sincerely,

H Jarman
FoI Case Reception Unit
The information Commissioner’s Office

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