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Concerns over Scotland's Freedom of Information law

Scotland's Freedom of Information law was established 10 years ago but there are concerns over whether it is still fit for purpose.

The law's architect and Advocate General for Scotland Lord Wallace and Scotland's Information Commissioner Rosemary Agnew have both warned that it risks being eroded as more services are delivered by bodies that are "half in, half out" of the public sector.

Organisations which spend public money but are not required to release information. BBC Scotland's Emma Ailes asks if it is time for this to change.

  • 15 Dec 2014