The claimant journalist had requested disclosure under the 2000 Act of correspondence between the Prince of Wales and government departments. The Upper Tribunal had found that matters where the prince had acted as advocate were disclosable.
Lord Dyson MR, Richards, Pitchford LJJ
 EWCA Civ 254,  2 WLR 1334,  Env LR 26,  1 QB 855,  WLR(D) 124,  HRLR 12,  3 All ER 682,  3 CMLR 12
Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union 47, Freedom of Information Act 2000 53(2)
England and Wales
At UTAA – Evans v Information Commissioner UTAA 18-Sep-2012
The claimant journalist had requested copies of correspondence between Prince Charles and assorted public bodies.
Held: ‘The Upper Tribunal allows the appeals by Mr Evans. A further decision identifying information to be disclosed to Mr Evans, . .
Appeal from – Evans, Regina (on The Application of) v HM Attorney General and Another Admn 9-Jul-2013
The claimant had requested disclosure of correspondence between Prince Charles and assorted government departments. It had been refused, the Attorney General issuing a certificate under section 53(2) after the Upper tribunal had allowed the . .
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Information, Human Rights, European, Constitutional
Updated: 01 December 2021; Ref: scu.522385