Monday 10 February 2014 6.22pm
Sorry, folks, I hope I am not confusing the issue, based solely on my reading of pros' original post, namely "Just a quick note to let you all know that this week, Mon - Fri, the Information Commissioner's Office vs Southwark Council
tribunal (where the council are appealing the ICO's decision), is taking place".
My reading of this is [contrary to my previous message :-)], that AT ANY TIME this week, a hearing will take place during which the Council will appeal the ICO's decision to gain access to relevant information 'pro bono publico'.
I assume that if the Council's appeal fails, then disclosure must go ahead, but suggest someone looks at the ICO's procedure rules to find out whether, eg, in the event of an unsuccessful appeal against their decision, a further appeal might be made to the High Court [and potentially beyond]. Apologies again for any confusion caused.