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I Did A Freedom Of Information Request On Atos Healthcare For The Release Of Non Comercial Data In Relation To There Comercial Contract With Royal Mail


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The Freedom Of Information Act 2000 Provides For Disclosure Of Information Held By Public Authorities

Or By Persons Providing Services For Or In Conection With Public Authorities


As Atos Healthcare Is Neither A Public Authority, Nor Is It Providing Services To A Public Authority. We Are Not Obliged To Disclose The Contractual Document Requested



excuse Me


Royal Mail Is A Public State Owned Company For Which Atos Has Been Contracted By Royal Mail To Provide Occupational Healthcare


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Although now a private company, the Royal Mail enjoys special protection under Government legislation which severely limits consumer rights. Under the Postal Services Act 2000, the Royal Mail is under no contractual obligation to deliver most mail, including special delivery items. In addition, no court action can be taken against the Royal Mail more than 12 months after an item is posted.
Royal Mail - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


also 2007: Royal Mail Group PLC becomes Royal Mail Group Ltd in a slight change of legal status.

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