Posted by Sheila Oliver Sun, November 11, 2018 19:58:14
Posted by Sheila Oliver Mon, September 03, 2018 19:14:31
Information Commissioners Office
Under protection of the FOIA 2000 please provide me with copies of the following
1. All correspondence between the ICO and David Lidington ref the recent changes to sect 45 of FOIA
2. Records of all phone calls, meetings etc and personal notes from Ms Denham to the Queen on same subject.
3. Copies of all correspondence from your office pertaining to sect 45 changes and responses from the Cabinet Office. This request is neither vexatious, wide or unfocused.
Alan M Dransfield
Posted by Sheila Oliver Sat, August 25, 2018 19:10:09
Posted by Sheila Oliver Thu, August 23, 2018 19:16:11
Attn The President of the Upper Tribunal Mr Justice
In light of last nights documentary on the Channel 4 Dispatches programme ref the Carillion Collapse (CC), I ask the UT President to revisit his earlier decision that Judge Wikely had acted within the law ref Case GIA/3037/2011 Dransfield v ICO. I reiterate Judge Wikely was complicit with the ICO to pervert the course of justice ref the Dransfield Vexatious Court Precedence.
In mid 2016 my appeal to the UT relating to 6 PFI schools
in Exeter was rejected based on the Court of Appeal C3/1855/2015. Moreover and
more importantly the Dispatches programme supports my claims the 6 PFI school in
Exeter were/are substandard and unsafe. It also supports my allegation that you
have acted unlawfully by not taking my allegation against Judge Wikely
seriously. In essence, you have been complicit with Judge Wikely and the ICO to
cover up serious crimes and to circumvent the ICO.
Revisit your decision
ref my complaints against Judge Wikely ref GIA/3037/2011.
Revist the UT decision to dismiss my appeal to the UT.
Alan M Dransfield
Posted by Sheila Oliver Thu, August 16, 2018 05:36:41
15th August 2018
Case Reference Number FS50772688
Dear Mr Dransfield
I am writing with regard to your email of 1 August 2018 in which you explain that you wish bring a complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) about the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s handling of a freedom of information request.
As you will re-call, we wrote to you earlier this year on 15 March 2018 and explained that we were not prepared to accept any further complaints from you under section 50 of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). A copy of our letter is attached.
We do not consider the circumstances to have changed since that letter was issued. Therefore, we consider your application to the ICO in relation to the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea’s handling of this request to also be frivolous and/or vexatious for the purposes of section 50(2)(c) of FOIA. We will therefore not be accepting this complaint.
The Information Commissioner’s Office
Posted by Sheila Oliver Sun, July 29, 2018 08:18:24
Email sent - Thu 26/07/2018 20:17
Attn Karla Bailey Lead Case Officer
I now wish to elevate my complaint to the next level of the ICO complaints procedure, as I fervently believe the ICO have breached my Information rights by refusing my Subject Access Request ( SAR) on grounds my request is Manifestly Unreasonable.
No person applying a right and proper mind could refuse my SAR under such exemptions.
As you are aware, the ICO has consistently refused my FOI requests under section 14/1 vexatious exemption and now for the first time my SAR has been refused. It is consistently obvious to me that ICO senior managers including Elizabeth Denham are acting in concert to harass me. At best, your refusal decision is a Wednesbury Principled decision, and at worst, a decision to pervert the course of justice. I suggest the latter.
In the event I have not received a response to this letter within 14 days, I intend to pursue a private prosecution commencing at Chester Magistrate Court under protection of The Fraud Act 2006 and the Data Act 98
Alan M Dransfield
Posted by Sheila Oliver Sun, May 13, 2018 08:03:02
Information Commissioner Elizabeth Denham
As you are aware, the ICO have instructed court bailiffs to recover nearly £4000 legal costs in connection with The Court of Appeal Case C3/1855/ 15th May, Dransfield v ICO.
Are you not aware that a public authority cannot use taxpayers money to seek legal redress?
Therefore, please advise your bailiffs to cease and desist harassing me for such legal costs.
I will take this opportunity in submitting a FOIA request to the ICO for all cases in which the ICO have pursued legal costs against any FOIA complainant/requester since Jan 2013.
Yours sincerelylan Dransfield