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Vexatious complaints legislation to save taxpayers cash

Thu, 07 Apr 2016


Legislating against vexatious complaints will plug the spill of taxpayer money.
 
That's according to the Treasury Minister who says it's impractical to make room for some individuals to bombard government with questions costing up to £400 a pop. 
 
It follows a move for Freedom of Information on the Island - the Bill will be applicable to every department, local authority and public body by 2018.
 
With that in mind anyone submitting 'groundless, vexatious or multiple complaints' may be shunned - Eddie Teare explains why:

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