However, Mr Hulbert, using a different (free, UK-based) ISP could sign up to any number of free website host servers based in the USA, Australia, indeed almost anywhere in the world. He could then simply post his pages on to one of those sites.
So Lord Irvine will insist that "someone" will have to spend untold sums of (public) money discovering how Mr Hulbert has manoeuvred his pages on to a computer based in another country. Available to view, of course, wherever there is an internet-linked computer.
Governments around the world are failing to realise that they are, little by little, losing control of the countries they believe they represent. A freedom of information Act is irrelevant in the UK when I could find the same (UK-barred) information published on a site in America, Russia, or almost anywhere else.