- (a) attendances involving a range of stakeholders, both with and without the Premier; and both with and without public servants;
- (b) interaction with public servants, both with and without the Premier;
- (c) attendances involving Parliamentary colleagues; the media, unions; community, business and ethnic parties and organisations;
- (d) attendances involving foreign dignitaries, including politicians and diplomats;
- (e) other entries which may record events, whether or not attended by the Chief of Staff; and
- (f) entries in the nature of descriptions, observations or outcomes.
"the expression ‘relates to the affairs of an agency’ does not connote direct involvement by an agency in the document per se, but rather whether the document records any act, matter or event which falls within the Minister’s responsibilities as a Minister of the Crown."
It lists the diary appointments of all British ministers, and of their senior minders, and of their department heads and senior executive officers. It also lists meetings with journalists, and their organisations. Mostly, it gives some clue about the nature of the discussions (David Cameron, October, met with Joe Lewis to discuss redevelopment of Tottenham Hotspur stadium, or, Lockheed Martin, to discuss Warrior upgrade program.) In some case, little lobbying is said to have occurred: Archbishop of Canterbury, general discussion or Bank of England, discussion of economic outlook.