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Journalists claim Scottish government is flouting Freedom of Information law and screening their requests

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Posted 2 June 2017, 5.05am edt

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A group of Scottish journalists has claimed that Freedom of Information requests north of the border are being “screened for political damage by special advisers”. Some 23 journalists have written a joint letter to MSPs on the selection p...


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