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    You have the right to get a copy of the information that an organisation holds about you. But at the moment, under the Data Protection Act, this usually costs 10. On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force and this 10 charge will end. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO.

    information I have been informed = look out for official notice from ICO?
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    I ll tuck that information away for future use. Thanks TC
    If you are using a shovel to dig yourself into a hole, a credit card company will be happy to give you a JCB !!


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      I suggest that we assail the institutions with requests.

      The cost of providing and managing effective systems to enable the queries is high. With everyone demanding SARs it would hit their pockets, and perhaps drop them in very hot water of non-compliance.