Prince of Wales letters: how the Freedom of Information Act has protected the Royal family

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When the Freedom of Information Act came into force in 2005, giving the public a new level of access to information held by public bodies, an exemption was made for the Royal Household, which was not regarded as a “public authority” under the terms of the Act.

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