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David Holland's submission:
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Re: Written Evidence – UEA  ‘A list of a all FOI requests received relating to the Climatic Research Unit since 2005’
Readers should note the addition of the 08-31 FOI request which was previously omitted due to an administrative error. The revision does not affect the conclusions or recommendations of the final report.

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Date: 27/01/10
Type: Oral evidence
Number: 0146
Author: Notes of Sir Muir Russell and Prof. Jim Norton's interviews with Mike Gorrill (Head of Enforcement) and David Clancy of the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO)
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Date: 27/01/10
Type: Written evidence
Number: 0147
Author: Notes of Sir Muir Russell & Prof. Jim Norton's interviews with Jonathan Colam-French (Director Information Services), Iain Reeman (ICT Systems Director) and Mike Salmon (IT Manager to the CRU - 40 per
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Date: 27/01/10
Type: Oral evidence
Number: 0148
Author: Notes of an interview carried out by Sir Muir Russell & Prof. Jim Norton's with Prof. Phil Jones and Prof. Keith Briffa of the University of East Anglia (UEA) Climate Research Unit (CRU)
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