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Freedom of Information laws at mercy of ‘biased’ Whitehall panel: Campaigners’ warn of stitch-up after board set to decide future contains civil servants and ex-ministers

  • Government stitch-up claim over plans to limit Freedom of Information law
  • Civil servants and former ministers on panel set up to decide future of law 
  • Panel including Jack Straw and Lord Burns will consider making it easier for councils and Government departments to reject information requests
  • It has sparked claims of ‘bias’ from Freedom of Information campaigners 
'Bias' claims: A panel, including Jack Straw (pictured), has been set up to decide the future of Freedom of Information laws

‘Bias’ claims: A panel, including Jack Straw (pictured), has been set up to decide the future of Freedom of Information laws

Campaigners warned of a Whitehall stitch-up last night over plans to limit Freedom of Information laws which have exposed Government scandals.

A panel set up to decide the future of the law is staffed by civil servants and former ministers – sparking claims of ‘bias’ – will consider making it easier for councils, Government departments and quangos to reject requests for information.

The panel includes ex-Justice Secretary Jack Straw, who has called for the laws to be reined in, and Lord Burns, a former permanent secretary at the Treasury.

Chairman of the Campaign for Freedom of Information Maurice Frankel said: ‘It certainly needs somebody on it who is an advocate for greater openness.

‘If this was a statutory inquiry the courts would strike it down tomorrow before its first meeting because of bias.

‘You cannot have a body set up to reach an independent view consisting of at least one person who has basically stated his views on every single aspect of its terms of reference.

‘It’s like putting the chief executive of Heathrow on the panel on airport expansion but excluding the chief executive of Gatwick.’

Ukip MP Douglas Carswell said FOI had been the key to the exposure of MPs ‘abusing their expenses’.

He told the Mail on Sunday: ‘Putting this lot in charge of Freedom of Information would be like putting supermarket bosses in charge of competition policy.’

FOI was also the source of the revelations from Prince Charles’s ‘spider letters’ to Government – covering topics such as homeopathy and military helicopters in Iraq.

The commission will look at further restrictions to stop the release of advice given to ministers by civil servants and it will examine changing the rules to lift the ‘burden’ on public authorities and ‘moderate’ information access rules.

Before the election, Tory ministers proposed limiting FOI with tighter time or cost limits on applications.

They also considered including ‘thinking time’ in the existing limits – which critics say would be give ‘carte blanche’ for refusing difficult requests.

Important: Ukip MP Douglas Carswell (pictured with Nigel Farage back in May) said Freedom of Information had been the key to the exposure of MPs ‘abusing their expenses’

Important: Ukip MP Douglas Carswell (pictured with Nigel Farage back in May) said Freedom of Information had been the key to the exposure of MPs ‘abusing their expenses’

The five-strong panel – which also includes former Conservative Party leader Lord Howard – will publish its findings by the end of November.

A Cabinet Office spokesman said: ‘We fully support FOI but after more than a decade in operation we think it’s time that the process was reviewed, to make sure it’s working effectively for both hardworking taxpayers and citizens.

‘We are therefore appointing an independent, cross party panel to look at this issue and assess how the practical processes of FOI can be improved.’

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3167657/Freedom-Information-laws-mercy-biased-Whitehall-panel.html

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