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Issue No. 2253

‘If he hadn’t taken out a super-injunction, no one would have known about this relationship’

Celebrity hanger-on Max Clifford on the ineffectiveness of super-injunctions

‘Why are we assuming that the world of communications can never be brought under control?’

Lord Chief Justice makes clear his plans to tackle the media

‘A chilling exercise in judicial activism, self-delusion... a constitutional attack on parliamentary sovereignty and free speech’

The Daily Mail finds a conscience over Lord Neuberger’s injunctions report

‘Technology and Twitter is making a mockery of the privacy laws’

Jeremy Hunt MP makes a case for... something

‘With about 75,000 people having named Ryan Giggs on Twitter it is obviously impracticable to imprison them all’

Lib Dem MP John Hemming said in a debate in parliament

‘Use their privilege in entirely the wrong way’

Defamation lawyer Rod Dadak was outraged at MPs breaking injunctions

‘In [date rape] the victim surely shares a part of the responsibility, if only for establishing reasonable expectations’

Tory MEP Roger Helmer on why he apparently thinks no means yes

‘It’s because I got bogged down in a silly exchange’

Ken Clarke shows that he takes rape seriously, really


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Tue 24 May 2011, 17:59 BST
Issue No. 2253
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