UK Liberty

Lunch?

Posted in accountability, freedom of information by ukliberty on January 22, 2009

Private Eye:

THOUGH Private Eye exposed enough of former National Audit Office boss Sir John Bourn’s junketing for him to resign a year ago, the NAO consistently refused to divulge the names of the 160 “UK contacts” he himself took out to lunch and dinner at taxpayers’ expense in just three years.

Until now, that is. The Information Commissioner has decided that their disclosure is in the public interest – and Private Eye is happy to pass the names on to the public who may indeed find them very interesting. …

Full list on the website.

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