Content in UK Law
Reynolds v Times Newspapers Ltd
...... 107 My Lords, the first proposition involves nothing radical or extravagant. It builds on the web of existing law. I am content to accept that it should be the governing principle. The second proposition put forward by counsel as an independent legal requirement is ......
Campbell v MGN Ltd
......Mr Caldecott QC for Miss Campbell said that he was content with this distinction. So the fact that she was a drug addict was open to public comment in view of her denials, although he maintained that this ......
Attorney General v Times Newspapers Ltd
......I also agree with what he has said with regard to appellate proceedings. . . 126 But the Attorney-General was not content to rest his case on the ground that the projected article prejudged one of the issues in the pending actions. He founded his argument on the passage ......
Jameel and Others v Wall Street Journal Europe Sprl
......The article was unsensational in tone and (apparently) factual in content. The respondents' response was sought, although at a late stage, and the newspaper's inability to obtain a comment recorded. It is very unlikely that ......
Morgan v Odhams Press Ltd
....... . 101 The admittedly defamatory content of the article is (1) an allegation of the kidnapping of Miss Murray; (2) an allegation of dog doping by gangs; (3) alleged complicity in that dog ......
- Charleston and another v News Group Newspapers Ltd and another
- Fraser v Evans
Helow v Secretary of State for the Home Department
......In the case of Lady Cosgrove, membership may connote an interest in the content of legal articles none of which may be included in the material exhibited. Or it may be or have become effectively formal - connoting little if ......
- Godwin v Swindon Borough Council
Campbell v MGN Ltd
...... to be equated with Mr Piers Morgan, the Editor of the Mirror, who had been personally responsible for the decisions taken in relation to the content of the articles complained of. . . 77 We shall summarise at this point only the provisions of the Act that have particular ......
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