Canlyniadau 161–180 o 10000 ar gyfer "freedom of information"

Senedd yr Alban: Violence Against Public Sector Workers (14 Tach 2023)

Neil Gray: I appreciate Katy Clark’s question. Yes, that is important. Responding to freedom of information requests is a matter for each public authority. However, understanding the extent of violent incidents is an important aspect of being able to respond to the issue. It is important that information in that area is made available so that everyone can understand the extent of the problems.

UK Sanctions Regime: Russia and Belarus ( 9 Tach 2023)

Stephen Doughty: ...refined in third countries? These are very serious allegations. Thirdly, City AM revealed this week that nearly 130 UK companies have admitted breaching Russia-related sanctions as a result of a freedom of information request by the law firm Pinsent Masons. It is good that those companies have come forward voluntarily, but it shows the scale of the problem. Finally, according to the Office...

King’s Speech - Debate (2nd Day) ( 8 Tach 2023)

Lord Jackson of Peterborough: ...of a specific interest group or person”. And this has all happened after 13 years of a Conservative Government. Given that the CPS has refused or rebutted many reasonable requests under the Freedom of Information Act, and that I believe that sunlight is the best disinfectant, the sun needs to shine brightly on all aspects of this ideology. The CPS needs to explain itself to the public,...

Senedd yr Alban: Scottish Ambulance Service (Recruitment and Retention) ( 8 Tach 2023)

Tess White: The £50 million is welcome. However, a freedom of information request revealed that more than 850,000 hours of overtime was worked by SAS staff between April 2022 and July 2023 at a cost of £24.4 million. Recruiting and onboarding ambulance service staff takes time. Can the cabinet secretary promise our overworked ambulance staff that they will receive better support this winter than they...

Senedd yr Alban: Cashback for Communities ( 8 Tach 2023)

Baroness Katy Clark: ...organisations clearly have benefit, but the fact is that almost all such projects are now delivered by the third sector. Of course, charities and not-for-profit organisations are not subject to freedom of information coverage, despite receiving public money, albeit that those funds are recovered from criminal activities rather than from taxation. Therefore, it is more important that the...

Debate on the Address: [1st Day] ( 7 Tach 2023)

Alex Cunningham: law, we cannot find out what is guaranteed to happen and what is a stream of hopeful promises. That is why I would like the Government to come up with a plan to extend the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 to all boards, companies and organisations that spend public money. Maybe that would help us to find out how the bulk of the major assets at the Teesworks site...

Senedd yr Alban: Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (Support for Evacuated Residents) ( 2 Tach 2023)

Miles Briggs: The response to a freedom of information request that I submitted to the City of Edinburgh Council identified two developments comprising 43 homes that contain RAAC. Can the cabinet secretary tell Parliament whether ministers now know how many social rented properties and private properties across Scotland could contain RAAC?

Senedd yr Alban: Post-cancer Breast Reconstruction Surgery (Waiting Times) ( 2 Tach 2023)

Pam Gosal: ...cancer treatment is not just physically demanding—it is emotionally taxing, too. Reconstructive surgery gives women the chance to regain control of their bodies. I have received a response to a freedom of information request that shows that the average wait time for that surgery is nearly 400 days in Greater Glasgow and Clyde. However, I have a constituent for whom it has been more than...

Senedd yr Alban: Covid-19 Inquiries (Scottish Government’s Provision of Information) (31 Hyd 2023)

Sandesh Gulhane: ...First Minister told reporters that Government policy was that WhatsApp messages should be deleted, but in response to my question in December 2022 about whether WhatsApp messages are covered by freedom of information legislation, George Adam said: “All recorded information that is held by ministers or officials”, including WhatsApp, “that relates to the business of the Scottish...

Senedd yr Alban: Covid-19 Inquiry (Provision of Communications) (26 Hyd 2023)

Douglas Ross: ...manager, George Adam, told the Parliament last year that “All recorded information that is held by ministers or officials that relates to the business of the Scottish Government is subject to freedom of information law, irrespective of its format or the platform on which it is held.”—[ Official Report , 8 December 2022; c 1.] The Covid inquiry has powers to compel evidence. Refusing...

Senedd yr Alban: Bonfire Night (Preparations) (25 Hyd 2023)

Russell Findlay: ...National Party Government says that bonfire night safety will be improved by its new fireworks law, a key part of which gives councils the power to impose firework control zones. However, via freedom of information requests, I have established that at least 28 of Scotland’s 32 councils—including those in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Dundee—have no plans to introduce zones. The...

[Mark Pritchard in the Chair] (24 Hyd 2023)

Preet Kaur Gill: the sector? It is also a poor reflection of this Government’s long-term planning that the NHS is still stuck using creaking, outdated equipment, and has fewer scanners per person than Greece. Freedom of information responses from NHS trusts have revealed that half—48%—still have an MRI or CT scanner in operation past the recommended lifespan of 10 years. One in five trusts are...

Illegal Migration (24 Hyd 2023)

Richard Foord: The Liberal Democrats submitted a freedom of information request to the Home Office to ask about the cost of the Bibby Stockholm. We asked about the cost to taxpayers of buying the barge, as well as the estimated cost of running it over the next 12 months. The cost is estimated at £20 million a year, which is well over £300,000 a week. Why has the Home Office refused to put this information...

IVF Provision — [Mr Laurence Robertson in the Chair] (24 Hyd 2023)

Abena Oppong-Asare: ...aged 40 to 42. While in some areas women under 40 can access three cycles of IVF, in other areas they are offered one or even none. For example, in 2020, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service used freedom of information requests to find out that 86 clinical commissioning groups—now ICBs—funded only one cycle of treatment. More concerningly, it found that three CCGs in England did not...

Written Answers — Home Office: Refugees: Afghanistan (24 Hyd 2023)

John Healey: ...199700 Refugees: Afghanistan, if she will publish the data on arrival dates collected for internal and operational use; and what guidance her Department issues on the status of such data under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Written Answers — Department for Energy Security and Net Zero: Drax Power Station (24 Hyd 2023)

Lord Birt: ...advised that “the Panorama Programme provided an inaccurate representation of practices by the forestry and business sector on the ground”, as set out in a briefing note obtained through a Freedom of Information request and published on 12 October.

Senedd yr Alban: Transvaginal Mesh (24 Hyd 2023)

Baroness Katy Clark: ...coming weeks to discuss the issue. The need for an urgent independent review could not be clearer, and I hope that the minister will give that further serious consideration. I previously submitted freedom of information requests to every health board across Scotland in an attempt to establish the scale of the problem with surgical mesh that is used to treat hernias. Many health boards did...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Ministry of Defence: ICT (23 Hyd 2023)

James Cartlidge: .... The reports are published here: a The financial data for New Style of IT (Base) in the IPA report is withheld under Section 43 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (Commercial Interests).

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Ministry of Defence: ICT (23 Hyd 2023)

James Cartlidge: costs. The reports are published here: a The financial data for MODnet Evolve in the IPA report is withheld under Section 43 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (Commercial Interests).

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Armed Forces: Telecommunications (23 Hyd 2023)

James Cartlidge: a The financial data for Next Generation (fixed) Communications Network in the IPA report is withheld under Section 43 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 (Commercial Interests).

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