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05 Mar 2014
Five news organisations have succeeded in overturning a reporting restriction in a case where a young man and his 14-year-old brother were on trial for murdering their stepfather.
27 Feb 2014
A convicted robber who is alleged to have close links to dissident Republicans and to have been involved in a murder failed in a bid to get an injunction banning the Sunday World newspaper from writing about him.
Grieve blocking of Guardian bid to see Prince Charles minister letters 'unlawful' Court of Appeal told24 Feb 2014
The Attorney General had no reasonable grounds for blocking a court ruling which would allow the disclosure of letters the Prince of Wales wrote to Government ministers, the Court of Appeal was told today.
19 Dec 2013
A police officer has won £60,000 damages over a claim that there were strong grounds to believe he was dishonest and corrupt.
05 Dec 2013
A local authority has won a High Court order restricting reporting relating to the case of an Italian woman whose child was taken into care after she was forced to have her baby delivered by Caesarean section.
27 Nov 2013
A former member of staff at Sandhurst military college who leaked private details about the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry to a tabloid newspaper has been spared jail.
Journalists praised for sensitive reporting of care proceedings for children orphaned after Annecy shooting19 Nov 2013
A judge dealing with welfare issues relating to two children who were aged four and seven when their parents and grandmother were shot dead while on holiday in the French Alps 14 months ago has praised journalists for their "responsible and sensitive" reporting.
14 Nov 2013
Singer Tulisa Contostavlos has accepted £42,500 damages from news website TNT over its publication of a still from a sex tape which appeared in breach of an injunction.
23 Oct 2013
Television cameras could start broadcasting from hearings in the Court of Appeal within the next week.
09 Oct 2013
25 Sep 2013
Princess Caroline of Monaco lost another stage in her battle with the German press when the Fifth Section chamber of the European Court of Human Rights rejected her complaint about a magazine's use of a photograph of her and her husband on holiday.
20 Sep 2013
Proposals to streamline procedures in magistrates' courts by ending the requirement that details of written statements and written guilty pleas should be given in public will damage the principle of open justice, the Newspaper Society has warned.
18 Sep 2013
A former private investigator has been arrested as part of a national inquiry into allegations of computer hacking and other privacy breaches.
16 Sep 2013
The innocent landlord of murdered landscape architect Joanna Yeates has received a letter from police expressing "regret" for the first time at the way he was treated after being arrested over her killing.
13 Sep 2013
Live television broadcasting in courts for the first time is a step closer after receiving final approval in the House of Commons.
30 Aug 2013
22 Aug 2013
The trial of former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks over allegations of phone hacking at the News of the World has been delayed for legal reasons.
Award-winning website closes amid fears of government snooping in light of Snowden's NSA revelations22 Aug 2013
The blogger who runs an award-winning legal website has announced that she is closing it following disclosures by whistle-blower Edward Snowden that America's National Security Agency (NSA) is intercepting the world's internet communications.