Confidential Information in UK Law
R (on the Application of MA (Pakistan) and Others) v Upper Tribunal (Immigration and Asylum Chamber) and Another
...... a court may need to adjourn a hearing if it has insufficient information properly to assess where the best interests of the child lie. ......
KO (Nigeria) and Others v Secretary of State for theHome Department
...... are the subject of these proceedings or publish or reveal any information which would be likely to lead to the identification of the Appellants or ......
- R v North and East Devon Health Authority ex parte Pamela Coughlan Secretary of State for Health (Intervenor) Royal College of Nursing (Intervenor)
Attorney General v Guardian Newspapers Ltd and Others (No. 2)
...... so as to protect that government's intelligence secrets and confidential political information. In the meantime Spycatcher had on 14 July 1987 ......
Gouriet v Union of Post Office Workers
...... "When there are private relators who wish to file an information in respect of a charity, the Attorney-General cannot with propriety refuse ...The information before him may be confidential and, even if it is not, it may not be widely available to the public. For ......
Campbell v MGN Ltd
......The source of the newspaper's information was either an associate of Miss Campbell or a fellow addict attending ...To attract protection the information had to be of a confidential nature. But the gist of the cause of action was that information of this ......
D. (Married Woman) (Respondent) v National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (Appellants)
...... proceedings to disclose the identity of persons who give them information that a child is being ill-treated or neglected. . 2 ... based squarely upon the public interest in maintaining the confidentiality of information given to the Society so that it may take steps to promote ......
- R Tnt Post Uk Ltd (Claimant) The Commissioners for HM Revenue and Customs (Defendant) Royal Mail Group Ltd (Interested Party)
Bolkiah (Prince Jefri) v KPMG (A Firm)
...... the client and the person with whom he does business is a confidential one. A solicitor is under a duty not to communicate to others any ... that the former client is not put at risk that confidential information which the solicitor has obtained from that relationship may be used ......
- NA (Pakistan) v Secretary of State for the Home Department
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