Today Right to Know won its case against An Taoiseach in relation to access to records of Cabinet discussions. The unapproved judgment is here and is subject to correction:
This is the submission made by Denis O’Brien to the High Court in his case against the Clerk of Dáil Eireann, the members of the CPP, Ireland and the Attorney General.
This post is cross posted from my information rights blog. When is a record held for the purposes of the Freedom of Information Acts 1998 and 2003? That was the question the High Court had to answer in a recent decision of O’Neill J in The Minster for Health -v- The Information Commissioner  IEHC 231. In his… Read More »
When Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin was being asked question after question last November about the addition of a new section to the FOI Bill 2013 he attempted to diffuse the row by giving the appearance of a climbdown. He said: I have given some consideration to the views expressed by colleagues… Read More »