- Title Pages
- 1 FOI: hard to resist and hard to escape
- 2 From radical to inevitable: the development of FOI in Britain
- 3 New Labour, new openness?
- 4 The 1997 White Paper: a symbolic victory?
- 5 The 1999 draft Bill: the retreat becomes a rout
- 6 The Parliamentary passage: asymmetric warfare
- 7 FOI in the UK: survival and afterlife
- 8 The US, Australia and India: two firsts and the greatest?
- 9 Ireland and New Zealand: a legacy and an assault from within
- 10 FOI and the remaking of politics
- Conclusion: why do governments pass FOI laws?
- The Politics of Freedom of Information
- Manchester University Press
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