Cabinet Office privacy advisor steps down because of lack of backing

Sooraj Shah
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Jerry Fishenden says Cabinet Office ministers have not been interested in the privacy group since Francis Maude's departure

The Cabinet Office's Privacy and Consumer Advisory Group's (PCAG) chair, Jerry Fishenden, has stepped down from his role - citing a lack of backing from ministers making his role untenable. The ...

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