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22 May 2013
An order granting anonymity to a killer who committed "exceptionally horrific crimes" was overturned by the High Court today.
16 May 2013
A tweet by Commons Speaker's wife Sally Bercow pointed "the finger of blame" at Tory peer Lord McAlpine during a media frenzy over allegations of child sex abuse, a judge has was told today.
Stormont failure to implement Defamation Act could undermine Northern Ireland editions of UK nationals15 May 2013
National newspapers might be forced to withdraw from Northern Ireland because of the Stormont Government's apparent refusal to act to implement the Defamation Act 2013 in the province, it has been claimed.
13 May 2013
Former I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! contestant Aggro Santos called today for rape suspects to be given anonymity until they are convicted.
09 May 2013
The Attorney General wrongly overrode the decision of "an independent and impartial tribunal" when he blocked public disclosure of letters the Prince of Wales wrote to Government ministers, the High Court has been told.
08 May 2013
A legal challenge to a decision which blocks the disclosure of letters the Prince of Wales wrote to ministers will be heard at the High Court today.
07 May 2013
A Good Samaritan who helped vulnerable people caught up in the Hackney riots has accepted substantial damages from the Metropolitan Police over a poster it published which suggested that he was involved in the disorder.
Judge condemns 'shoddy journalism' as Sun fined £3,350 for gas explosion reporting-restrictions breach08 Apr 2013
The Sun has been fined £3,350 for breaching reporting restrictions with its coverage of a court hearing involving a man accused of causing a huge explosion which killed a two-year-old boy.
02 Apr 2013
The public would have been kept in the dark about the actions of a local councillor who admitted being drunk in a public place while in charge of her daughter if she had succeeded in obtaining an anonymity order to protect the child, a High Court judge has said.
29 Mar 2013
Fallout from the "Plebgate" row intensified as Scotland Yard passed evidence to prosecutors and ex-cabinet minister Andrew Mitchell took legal action against the newspaper which broke the story of his verbal altercation with police officers.
28 Mar 2013
The BBC has suspended a Panorama employee and shelved an episode of the programme after a producer was accused of trying to bribe a security consultant for information.
26 Mar 2013
A Croatian actor wrongly portrayed on The Independent's front page as a Nazi war criminal who served as a guard in a concentration camp has accepted substantial damages and a public apology.
15 Mar 2013
The Sun has been charged with breaching reporting restrictions in its reporting of a preliminary court appearance for a man who killed a two-year-old by causing a gas explosion.
14 Mar 2013
The members of a Foundation Group to oversee the first steps towards a prospective new press regulation system were named today.
13 Mar 2013
Peers are to make a fresh attempt to get the statutory basis for press regulation recommended in his report by Lord Justice Leveson with a new amendment to a new Bill.
11 Mar 2013
A police force lost a bid to keep secret the names of firearms officers involved in an inquest into a man who murdered three members of his family then shot himself.
08 Mar 2013
Sun chief reporter John Kay has pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to commit misconduct in public office.
06 Mar 2013
Private trials must be last option, says Supreme Court president Lord Neuberger
05 Mar 2013
Civil liberties campaigners vowed to continue fighting Government plans for secret court hearings in sensitive national security cases after MPs rejected stronger safeguards.
05 Mar 2013
Civil liberties campaigners vowed to continue fighting Government plans for secret court hearings in sensitive national security cases after MPs rejected stronger safeguards. Ministers comfortably saw off a bid to reinstate amendments made by the House of Lords despite Labour securing the support of a number of Conservative and Liberal Democrat MPs. Several prominent Labour ex-ministers defied their own party's position to back the Government in last night's vote on controversial elements of the Justice and Security Bill.