Foreign interference briefings and Cabinet paper

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Dear Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet,

I would like to make a request for copies of the following documents:

ONE: The December 2017 briefing titled “Foreign Interference ‐ Brady Report and Canberra Visit” [1718NSP/033]

TWO: The February 2018 briefing titled “Update on cross‐agency foreign interference work” [1718NSP/046]

THREE: The March 2018 briefing titled “Update on policy approach to foreign interference in New Zealand” [1718NSP/048]

FOUR: The October 2018 Cabinet paper titled “Managing Foreign Interference Risks in New Zealand” [ERS‐18‐SUB‐0022]

FIVE: The April 2019 briefing titled “Foreign interference in the media” [1819NSPD/111]

SIX: The two August and September 2019 briefings both titled “Provision of Classified Material to Elected Officials” [document IDs 4155797 and 4175735]

SEVEN: The November 2020 briefing titled “Ministers Requiring Access to Classified Material” [document ID 4321072]

Yours faithfully,

Scott

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