As I am sure you all know we like to be open and honest at A&A.
For no particular reason I was looking at the Crime and Courts Act 2013 schedule 7 part 3 today.
It lists things that one is not meant to disclose. Well, it says "must not" further disclose some stuff.
Is it me, or does it not list an offence for breach of part 3? The offences (part 5) relate to paragraph 2(2) (further disclosure of HMRC information, personal customs information or personal revenue customs information), or (ii)paragraph 3(2) (further disclosure of social security information) only.
So what happens if someone ignores the "must not" in part 3?
Any lawyers reading that can explain that one to me?
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