Judge agreed there was an overriding public interest to allow case to be reported fully
Media law is ever changing and this index will strive to keep you abreast of developments in this complex and important area of journalism.
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Recycled news may be legal, but what can publishers get away with?
Appeal case “so serious” that Croydon Advertiser and Croydon Guardian bid will get unusual treatment
Apology is published as offer of amends is made before case was heard in court
Defence team fails to sway court after journalist raises vital issues
“Public has a right to know who is living on their doorstep” – editor
Deputy editor argued Section 11 could not be used as defendant’s name had been openly used in court
Letter to court ensures guilty men can be named in the press
Our legal expert looks at “test case” which could have seen a radical shift in British media culture
Reporter said orders were unreasonable as names were already in the public domain
Our legal eagle casts an eye over contempt case, plus news on legal aid for libel cases
Court is told that press should be allowed to publish a balanced report and give details of mitigation
Herald Express makes “unqualified offer of amends” after in-paper apology
Courts to get a refresher for advice on avoiding unlawful or unnecessary reporting restrictions
Every erroneous restriction challenged by the media gives reporters and judges an important steer