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Top judge attacks growing 'abuse' of parliamentary privilege
Lord Burnett of Maldon says MPs and peers acting like ‘one-person court of final appeal’

Owen Bowcott Legal affairs correspondent

09, Apr, 2019 @4:25 PM

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Parliamentary privilege can be 'threat' to rule of law, warns QC
Peter Hain naming Philip Green reignites dispute between parliament and judiciary

Owen Bowcott

26, Oct, 2018 @6:16 PM

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Naming of Philip Green will reopen issue of parliamentary privilege
Ministers may now revisit role of MPs and peers in challenging court secrecy

Owen Bowcott Legal affairs correspondent

25, Oct, 2018 @11:00 PM

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UK training body took out superinjunction to block critical report
Learndirect got special treatment to suppress damning assessment of its training, says Ofsted chief

Rajeev Syal

16, Jan, 2018 @10:22 AM

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Celebrity threesome case: context is crucial, whatever tabloids say
Exposure of legitimate matters of public concern is one thing, but often papers preach rule of law to flout it on their pages

Michael White

25, May, 2016 @1:26 PM

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Celebrity threesome: Twitter warns against illegal tweets
Privacy injunction stopping press naming celebrity followed by Twitter law cautions

Jasper Jackson

19, May, 2016 @7:25 PM

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The judges are right. The secret threesome celebrities deserve protection | Max Mosley
Like the unnamed couple, I fought to prove that the rule of law is more important than the rule of editors

Max Mosley

19, May, 2016 @6:43 PM

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Supreme court upholds 'celebrity threesome' injunction
Full trial expected later this year following decision by court after four-month dispute involving Sun on Sunday

Owen Bowcott and Lisa O'Carroll

19, May, 2016 @4:08 PM

Fewer libel (and privacy) actions against newspapers in 2014
Legal blog reveals that there were only 43 defamation case decisions last year

Roy Greenslade

02, Jan, 2015 @10:14 AM

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Courts see rise in applications for privacy injunctions
Ministry of Justice figures reveal six injunctions but no new superinjunctions granted in first half of 2013

Owen Bowcott, legal affairs correspondent

19, Sep, 2013 @4:41 PM

Press regulation: you couldn't make it up | Editorial

Editorial: Sir Christopher Geidt's role: an anachronism


31, May, 2013 @8:30 PM

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Privacy protection: have the courts been led astray?

Gideon Benaim: Self-interested tabloids enjoy reporting on the existence of an injunction. We have seen what this unfettered power can lead to

Gideon Benaim

06, Sep, 2012 @8:56 AM

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