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On March 30 last year, Downing Street responded, in a letter sent on headed notepaper and signed by Nicolas Howard, assistant private secretary to Mr Cameron.

No emails, copies of letters, or notes of phone calls existed.

The letter was sent under the terms of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, which requires government officials – who are, of course, servants of the public – to answer all requests truthfully.

He believed that Mr Korski had also bombarded officials at Transport for London, which was in charge of the review, with calls and emails and met with them to water down any regulations.