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Should cabinet decisions and discussions be revealed under freedom of information?

Question asked by: mrquestion

Asked on: 19 Jan 2010

This is an interesting question and one that some people do debate.

It seems that it all depends whether there are reasons for information not to be released around sensitive information and that which could of course potentially compromise national security, in those circumstances then the information should not be released. It seems sensible for cabinet discussions and meetings to remain censored whilst they are politically sensitive or relevant to the world.

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Replied at: 19 Jan 2010
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