Friday, May 06, 2005

Media roundup

Holdthefrontpage - Evening Press uncovers 'stealth tax' on motorists
"The Evening Press in York has revealed how a local council is making up £20,000 a day from parking charges and tickets, after conducting an investigation using the Freedom of Information Act"

Guardian 6th May - Terror fears draw veil over nuclear plants
"Information about nuclear power stations, including safety issues and potential hazards, will be concealed from the public under guidelines drawn up by the government because of terrorism fears"

Guardian 4th May - Hell's kitchens: how top restaurants fell foul of the health inspectors
"Health inspectors have voiced criticisms of some of Britain's most prestigious restaurants in confidential reports obtained by the Guardian under the Freedom of Information Act"

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