Talk:Thomas Woodcock (officer of arms)

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In re: FOIA requests[edit]

@ColonialWatch, Ricardojonesart, Mean as custard, and GrindtXX: Notice was placed at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Heraldry and vexillology of a possible edit war occurring on this article. I note that while Mr. Woodcock has been served with numerous FOIA requests, the College of Arms (and therefore its officers) are not subject to such requests as per the language of the Freedom of Information Act 2000. Therefore, while statements regarding such requests may be suitable for inclusion in this article, a statement that the College and its officers are neither subject to nor required to answer any such requests must also be included to maintain NPOV. I have pinged all four of you as you each either added or removed this information recently, and I urge you all to come to a reasonable compromise via this talk page. — Jkudlick • t • c • s 12:36, 4 February 2016 (UTC)