Friday, April 01, 2005

Media roundup

Daily Telegraph 1st April - Lloyd George tried to bribe Turks out of Great War
"Traditionally the Secret Intelligence Service has argued that its guarantee of anonymity to its agents lasts indefinitely and it is not covered by the Freedom of Information Act. The newly-released documents come from the permanent under-secretary at the Foreign Office - MI6's paymaster."

Supply Management.com31 March - Free as a bird
"The first three months of the Freedom of Information Act have brought fewer supplier enquiries than expected, but a surprising volume about refuse disposal and even UFOs. Gareth Mytton finds out more"

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