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1000 days of FOI

Martin Rosenbaum | 10:37 UK time, Thursday, 27 September 2007

According to my calculations, today marks 1000 days of freedom of information in the UK. Those who prefer to measure such things in terms of working days will have to wait somewhat longer for this symbolic point to be reached.

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Yes. Why not use this FOI blog to discuss current election speculation as a "problem of induction"? Data control wise, our P.M is the "controller" and he says he doesn't need an election. Full stop.

IS there information on whether these "days" should be counted as working days or not?

Should we be applying for such information?

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