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The Guardian view

Martin Rosenbaum | 10:51 UK time, Monday, 30 October 2006

Very interesting article in the Guardian today by David Leigh and Rob Evans about the government's FOI proposals. It picks up on several of the points discussed in my recent blog entries and comments. They reckon that the Frontier Economics report substantially overstates the number of Guardian FOI requests. Their article is accompanied by a shorter piece by Heather Brooke about the benefits of FOI.

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