Tate Suffers Blow in Attempts to Conceal BP Funding Info

May 11th, 2016

The Tate’s attempts to keep the figures behind its BP sponsorship concealed suffered a setback today after Peter Lockley, counsel for the information commissioner, stated that the museum had not used its confidentiality clause properly, but instead was using it to avoid scrutiny.  “If this is not contracting out [responsibility] to [the Freedom of Information Act], it is only a hair’s breadth away from it,” Locksley said.

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