The Secret Minister – Freedom Of Information
█████████████████████████ but still our freedom of information bill has come under a lot scrutiny from sections of the biased media due to last minute additions. ████████████████████████████████████ couldn’t be further from the truth. To suggest that the public will be somewhat disenfranchised and ████ by the last minute changes is hogwash the Government has endevoured █████████████████████████████████████████ and he is one to be talking. As an Taoiseach has said in his many public speeches recently █████████████████████████████ and what is information in the information age but a needless bureaucratic headache.
████████████████████████████████████████████████████ with his big head can ██████████████████████████ if he’s thinks getting away with it. These new measures do not, as is alleged, make it harder or more expensive to obtain FOI requests they simply streamline and aide the process █████████████████████████████████████ and I think we can all agree this is very important.
What have FOI’s done for us really as a society? Some level accusations that politicians have been left bloody nosed at times by journalists dig up the past using FOI but to that I say ████████████████████ and myself and Orna continue to work it out to this day.
Crusaders such as thestory.ie have a bee in their bonnet about important complex inter-department workings which simply put are too hard for the public to understand because█████████████████████████████████████████
— The Secret Minister (@Secret_Minister) November 10, 2013