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25/09/2013

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Can you explain to me why when I complain to the ICO that the Audit Commission is making false allegations in its 'Audit Guides' relating to the electoral register and council tax discounts, supporting this with documentation including a legal briefing from the Audit Commission's own legal officer he says he cannot investigate as he cannot comment on council tax discount or electoral law (while of course publishing material on precisely these issues which is wrong and which comes from the Audit Commission) and on the basis of which people get subjected to 'investigations' by private bodies, especially Northgate, Experian, Capita etc. yet he is willing to investigate this matter?

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