The number of Freedom of Information requests being made to central government may be beginning to even out, the latest government figures show.
In recent years the number of requests which have been made in the second part of the year has slowed down and not been able to keep up with the cold winter months.
The government figures, which were published for April to June and can be found here, said:
This graph from the BBC’s Martin Rosenbaum shows how they may be levelling out:
I did a version of the graph on FOI requests to govt depts since 2005 which smoothes out the seasonal fluctuations pic.twitter.com/P30qtB3nlr
— Martin Rosenbaum (@rosenbaum6) September 25, 2014
Meanwhile the usual FOI poor performers are at it again…
— Campaign for FOI (@CampaignFoI) September 25, 2014