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Lambeth Council reserves the right to monitor, record and retain any incoming and outgoing emails for security reasons and for monitoring internal compliance with the Council's policy on staff use. Although software may be used to check, monitor and/or block the contents of emails and attachments to identify the presence of malware; you are advised that you open any attachments at your own risk.
As a public body, the Council may be required to disclose this email (or any response to it) under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 unless the information in it is covered by an exemptions in the Act.