The Home Office has finally, after 50 working days, responded with a partial disclosure to our Freedom of Information Act Request for:
"official meeting diaries, agendas of meetings, travel and entertainment expenses involving Katherine Courtney, Stephen Harrison, and the post of Head of Marketing, from 11 September 2001"
They are claiming an exemption under Section 35(1)(a) of the Act, "the formulation and development of government policy"
The only information which has been revealed is some aggregated annual expenses.
Note that they still do not actually name the "Head of Marketing" for the Identity Cards Programme, which was advertised in October 2004 - has th epost been filled or not ?