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Government to review 30 year delay on classified documents, Need UK ATS'ers Help!

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posted on Apr, 9 2008 @ 03:47 PM
This is interesting, and odd how it doesn't seem to be in the media much, anyhow basically the prime minister has called for a review on classified documents and the time it takes to declassify them, the poster on this link shows a small ad in his local paper giving details on how the public can make the views known, and the deadline is the 14th of April, so calling all uk ATS'ers to make their views heard, at the very least it says, we are interested in whats going on, and hope our voice will be heard.

Why just the small ad?
Have you heard about this before?

i originally found this here.


Here's a picture of the small ad.

Now here's more info from the goverments own website.

On 25th October 2007 the Prime Minister announced that he had asked Paul Dacre, working with Professor David Cannadine and Sir Joseph Pilling, to chair an independent review of the '30-year rule', under which most government records are transferred to The National Archives and made available to the public by the time they are 30 years old.

The 30-year rule review consultation deadline has been extended for members of the public from Friday 29th February to Monday 14th April.

This website contains information about the review, links to documents produced by the review and an online consultation that enables members of the public to contribute their views to the review team. The review’s final report will be published on this site.

And here is where you can make your self heard.

So what do you think? Something that fellow uk ATS'ers should get involved in?

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