No, really. But what are the chances they'll be released, in full? I can confidently say "none".
* Appeal against the decision
* Veto the request under Section 53 of the Freedom of Information Act
* Release the minutes, but with so much black marker you can barely read it
* Release the minutes, but completely missing the bits they don't want read (you really think everything was minuted?)
* Just not release the minutes. After all, what are we mere mortals going to do about it?
I'm still hoping for the Channel 4 Drama "The Trial Of Tony Blair" to come true, but somehow I doubt it.
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