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Requests for FOI disclosures in particular formats must generally be adhered to, rules Court of Appeal

Public bodies must generally adhere to individuals' requests for information to be provided in a specific electronic format under freedom of information (FOI) laws, the Court of Appeal in London has ruled. 01 Aug 2014

How suppliers interpret criteria for awarding public contracts is irrelevant to how the criteria are to be understood, rules Supreme Court

The way in which suppliers interpret criteria set out in tender documents is irrelevant to what that wording is to be understood as meaning, the Supreme Court has said. 31 Jul 2014

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