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NUJ says no to FOI delays in new Scottish bill

Apr 01 2020, 14:20    NUJ

The union is urging the Scottish Parliament to consider the Freedom of Information implications in the Coronavirus (Scotland) Bill being pushed through the Scottish Parliament today.

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