Vaz to name clients of rogue private investigators

Chairman of the Commons Home Affairs Select Committee Keith Vaz has written to companies named as clients of rogue private investigators to warn them that he is intending to publicly identify them. Mr Vaz has delayed publication of the list until after today, when MPs will hear from Christopher Graham, the Information Commissioner. Mr Vaz’s warning that he will “name names” has angered a number of companies on the list, as well as senior Parliamentarians who claim publication will breach Cabinet Office rules on confidential documents. Mr Graham has also told Mr Vaz that publishing the list could interfere with his own inquiry into whether 98 companies breached data protection laws. Leeds-based Ford & Warren criticised Mr Vaz for his plan to publish the list. The firm’s Peter McWilliams commented: “It is regrettable that the Home Affairs Select Committee propose to publish a list, upon which this practice’s name apparently appears, without their first engaging with us to ascertain the facts.” Other firms that are on the list include Blackhams in Birmingham and Langleys in York. The Times’ leader says that Mr Vaz must have the courage to publish in the knowledge that no one with anything to hide will come to any harm.
The Times, Page: 6 The Daily Telegraph, Page: 2


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