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ICO – Djanogly has no case to answer


28th July 2011

The Information Commissioner’s Office has today issued a statement following the decision by the Labour Member of Parliament, John Mann, to refer Jonathan Djanogly to the Information Commissioner for his use of private investigators.

An ICO spokesperson said:

‘We have today written to John Mann MP to confirm that his complaint will not be taken forward. The matters raised by Mr Mann do not appear to represent recorded personal information as covered by the Data Protection Act. A potential breach of section 55 – the Act’s ‘blagging’ offence – does not therefore arise.’

In response, Jonathan Djanogly said:

‘I am pleased that the Information Commissioner has dismissed this politically-motivated claim and confirmed that no grounds exist for an inquiry.’



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