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Rupert Murdoch ex-executives held in contempt by UK Parliament
Indian Express

Rupert Murdoch ex-executives held in contempt by UK Parliament

The House of Commons Privileges Committee found that Colin Myler, the former editor of 'NoW', and Tom Crone, the legal affairs manager at the tabloid's holding firm News International misled the Parliament. Two former executives at Rupert Murdoch ... Indian Express, 1 week ago
Times of India

Jairam Ramesh may move privilege motion against MCI chief

NEW DELHI: A member of the parliamentary standing committee on health is likely to move a privilege motion against the president of the Medical Council of India, Dr Jayshree Mehta, for suggesting that the committee had submitted its report calling ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago Privilege motion against Jairam, Renuka for 'misbehaving'  Rediff.com2 months ago Harsimrat's act was 'cheap political drama for two minutes of fame': Renuka Chowdary  Sify2 months ago

Cong MP moves privilege motion against Naqvi in RS

Congress MP K V P Ramchandra Rao today moved a breach of privilege notice against Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi for allegedly letting ruling members to go into Well of the House and disrupt proceedings. During ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Congress MP moves privilege motion against Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi in Rajya Sabha  First Post.com2 months ago
Special Broadcasting Service

Derryn Hinch accused of abusing parliamentary privilege by naming paedophiles in Senate

Related Story: Hinch names and shames convicted sex offenders Civil libertarians say Derryn Hinch has abused his right to parliamentary privilege by naming paedophiles in his maiden speech to the Senate. Key points: Victorian ...
 ABC Online1 week ago Derryn Hinch uses parliamentary privilege to name pedophiles, just like he promised  Special Broadcasting Service1 week ago Hinch names paedophiles during maiden speech  Sky News Australia1 week ago Hinch's office blacks out names avaliable in Hansard  Crikey Media1 week ago
Uganda Daily Monitor

Kadaga, legislators moot plan to gag media

PARLIAMENT - Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga yesterday ordered Parliament's Committee on Rules and Privilege to investigate journalists who write what she considers negative stories against the institution. Giving the order, the Speaker said ...
 Uganda Daily Monitor1 week ago Speaker, Legislators Moot Plan to Gag Media  Eabizinfo.com1 week ago National Govt. or not case: Counsel contends SC has no Jurisdiction to go into the issue of Parliamentary Privilege  DailyFT2 weeks ago The day in federal parliament weeks ago

'Parliamentary privilege': Kiwi MP says parliament screens his emails, urges inquiry

An MP in New Zealand is calling for an urgent investigation into why an email he was trying to send to a journalist was blocked. Labour's Chris Hipkins was told he could not send the message because it contained "trigger words." Calling the episode ...
 Sott.net1 week ago Labour MP outraged at blocked emails  Radio New Zealand1 week ago Parliament defends email snooping week ago Parliamentary Service blocked email between MP and Fairfax journalist  The Press NZ1 week ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Hinch names paedophiles in Senate

HUMAN headline Derryn Hinch has used his first speech as a Senator to name alleged paedophiles under parliamentary privilege. Senator Hinch told Parliament he did not intend to be a cowboy during his time in the Upper House, but would expose human ...
 Tasmania Mercury1 week ago 'Vermin': Hinch names alleged paedophiles in maiden speech  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Derryn Hinch names five alleged paedophiles in maiden Senate speech  Grenfell Record1 week ago Nobody asked the obvious question  Daily Telegraph Australia1 week ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Hinch names 6th sex offender as McDonald's makes hiring change

| Just one day after vowing to use his parliamentary privilege only as a last resort, Derryn Hinch has named another sex offender in the Senate. Senator Hinch used his adjournment speech on Tuesday night to name a person who he said was a convicted ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Derryn Hinch names another sex offender as McDonald's changes hiring practices  Grenfell Record1 week ago McDonald's to run criminal checks on employees after Derryn Hinch exposé  Online Nigeria News1 week ago

AU ACT: Human Headline MP Uses Parliamentary Privilege to Sledge Convicted Paedophiles September 12

The self-proclaimed "human headline" Derryn Hinch delivered on his promise to name and shame convicted paedophiles during his maiden speech on September 12. During his 45-minute speech, the leader of the Justice Party openly named several convicted ...
 Northern Territory News1 week ago Hinch drank up to two bottles a day  Northern Territory News5 days ago Breakup that outed Hinch's habit  Perth Now5 days ago
World News Australia

Labor claims parliamentary privilege over NBN investigation

The Federal Opposition has formally claimed parliamentary privilege on documents at the centre of a police investigation into leaks within NBN Co. In letters sent to the Australian Federal Police (AFP), as well as the clerks of the Senate and the ...
 ABC Online4 weeks ago Labor claim parliamentary privilege after AFP NBN raid  MSN Australia4 weeks ago Senate to decide whether seized NBN documents will be protected under parliamentary privilege  Northern Territory Government1 month ago
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