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The strange case of the UK’s missing information commissioner


"Christopher Graham, the UK information commissioner for the past seven years, retired from his post on 28 June, with his successor Elizabeth Denham still in Canada. His deputy, Simon Entwistle, is currently holding the fort.

The unusual handover followed a failure by the government to obtain the Queen's consent for Denham's appointment.

'There were some problems with the appointment arrangements, but they are now being sorted out,’ a spokesman from the Department of Culture, Media and Sport told Computer Weekly.

He refused to explain what the problems were, but confirmed that the royal warrant of appointment had not been issued.”


NCC Weekly News Update 5 July 2016 



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