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Leveson Report showed only the tip of the iceberg on tabloid abuse of the press
International Business Times UK

Leveson Report showed only the tip of the iceberg on tabloid a...

The reminder that the Hillsborough inquiry gave us of the appalling role that The Sun played in the trauma and heartbreak of the families of the victims is a good moment to remember that it is (amongst other Fleet St Goliaths) The Sun that insists ... International Business Times UK, 3 weeks ago

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Hot Stock CIMB active, up after inquiry clears Nazir

by Cals Yesterday at 23:38 Hot Stock [size=28]CIMB active, up after inquiry clears Nazir KUALA LUMPUR (May 19): Shares of CIMB Group Holdings Bhd rose 1.16% in active trade in the morning today after Datuk Seri Nazir Razak returned as its ...
 Bursa Community5 days ago

MAP Developments (Scotland) Ltd (Transport Traffic Commissioner and DoE (NI) Appeal Repute & fitness) [2016] UKUT 244 (AAC) (20 May 2016)

MAP Developments (Scotland) Ltd (Transport Traffic Commissioner and DoE (NI) Appeals entries from Jan 2016 : Repute & fitness) [2016] UKUT 244 (AAC) (20 May 2016) TRAFFIC COMMISSIONER APPEALS ON APPEAL FROM THE DECISION OF TRAFFIC ...
 Bailii.org9 hours ago

This Is Why Women Virtually Never Take Out Injunctions Like The Celebrity Threesome Ruling

The vast majority of people granted injunctions preventing media from revealing details of their private life are men, lawyers who deal with the issue have claimed, as one said they could count the number of women who have taken out gagging orders ...
 Huffington Post UK2 days ago Celebrity Injunctions Show 'Moral Abuse' Of Courts As They Are 'Almost Entirely Taken Out By Unfaithful Men' Say Lawyers  Huffington Post UK2 days ago Celebrity injunction: 'public interest' is nowhere in sight  Equities.com1 month ago 'I'm quite happy to go to court' - Irish-based blogger goes to war against 'celebrity threesome' injunction  Irish Independent1 month ago

PJS v News Group Newspapers Ltd [2016] UKSC 26 (19 May 2016)

Easter Term [2016] UKSC 26 On appeal from: [2016] EWCA Civ 393 JUDGMENT PJS (Appellant) v News Group Newspapers Ltd (Respondent) before Lord Neuberger, President Lady Hale, Deputy President ...
 Bailii.org5 days ago Various Claimants v News Group Newspapers [2016] EWHC 961 (Ch) (28 April 2016)  Bailii.org3 weeks ago

Sex, lies, and 
the public 
interest

As the Supreme Court considers the PJS case, Steven Heffer discusses the double standards of the press when it comes to publishing stories in the public interest This has been a turbulent few weeks in the courts, the press, and politics. 'Do we ...
 Solicitors Journal1 week ago

MacArthur's Thought Police

A foundation helps Twitter and other social media enforce left-wing ideology By Lane Davis and Milo Yiannopoulos, Foundation Watch , May 2016 Summary : The free speech-averse John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation aspires to leverage ...
 Before It's News1 week ago

Reporters Without Borders - Not independent but "strictly linked to US foreign policy"

Print This By Kratom For Cheap, KratomForCheap.com Blacklisted News Friday, May 13, 2016 Reporters Without Borders has published the latest 2016 report on press freedom where Britain has fallen yet again with the organisation making the ...
 Axis of Logic1 week ago

What should socialists make of the BBC?

Unions and users need to organise an active and critical defence of the BBC based on the principles of what public service broadcasting should be in a democratic society, writes Jonathan White These are difficult times for the BBC. On the one ...
 Morning Star Online1 week ago

Bankrolled by fat cats: Big US banks fund Dave's EU fight to the tune of £2million

The campaign to keep Britain in the EU is being bankrolled to the tune of £2 million by global banks who were fined billions for bringing the world's economy to its knees. Between them, Goldman Sachs, J P Morgan, Morgan Stanley and Citibank had ...
 NewsGrio1 week ago
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