Stephen Sedley, the UKCLG’s honorary president, has an article in the London Review of Books “The Goodwin and Giggs Show” (2011) Vol. 33(12) that will be of interest to many UKCLG members. Read it here.
Filed under Human rights, Judiciary, UK Parliament
Tagged as freedom of expression, parliamentary privilege, Privacy, Stephen Sedley, superinjunctions
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