FOIMan highlights a blogpost on enforcement of FOI decisions.

Brief post to highlight a new blogpost from Jon Baines over at Information Rights and Wrongs. Jon reports on a recent Upper Tribunal decision which clarifies who is responsible for enforcing a decision of the First-Tier Tribunal (FTT) when the FTT has upheld an appeal. Is it the Information Commissioner, who made the original decision? Or is it the FTT since they disagreed with it and rewrote the Commissioner’s decision? If you’re interested in the technicalities of the FOI appeal process, read more on Jon’s blog.