Leighton v The Information Commissioner (Information Rights): UTAA 4 Dec 2019

Information Rights – identifying decision under appeal; whether incumbent on judge to explain what she made of Appellant’s argument that his delay in appealing the decision of the Information Commissioner was due to his following her advice in her decision that he should pursue his request under the Data Protection Act and not the Freedom of Information Act; whether judge should have included this in the balance when considering whether to extend time for making appeal and to admit the appeal.


[2019] UKUT 378 (AAC)




England and Wales


Updated: 07 December 2022; Ref: scu.651680