Publishing in UK Law
Attorney General v Guardian Newspapers Ltd and Others (No. 2)
......Following his retirement from the service he went to live in Australia and later formed the intention of writing and publishing a book of memoirs describing his experiences in the service. He wrote the book in association with a man named Paul Greengrass, and it was accepted ......
Reynolds v Times Newspapers Ltd
......So the defence of justification failed. The jury decided that Mr. Ruddock was not acting maliciously in writing and publishing the words complained of, nor was Mr. Witherow. So, if the occasion was privileged, and that was a question for the judge, the defence of qualified ......
Campbell v MGN Ltd
......The division of opinion is whether in doing so the newspaper went too far in publishing associated facts about her private life. But the importance of this case lies in the statements of general principle on the way in which the law ......
- Jagprit Randhawa v The Crown
Re S (A Child) (Identification: Restrictions on Publication)
......The order expressly prevented any person "publishing any particulars of or information relating to any part of the proceedings before any court which may or is calculated to lead to the identification ......
Attorney General v Leveller Magazine Ltd
...... . 12 Of those contempts that can be committed outside the courtroom the most familiar consist of publishing, in connection with legal proceedings that are pending or imminent, comment or information that has a tendency to pervert the course of justice, ......
- John v MGN Ltd
- Slim v Daily Telegraph Ltd
- McPhilemy v Times Newspapers Ltd and Others
Jameel and Others v Wall Street Journal Europe Sprl
...... Allbutt v General Council of Medical Education and Registration (1889) 23 QBD 400 ; Perera v Peiris  AC 1 and Webb v Times Publishing Co Ltd  2 QB 535 . Thus where a publication related to a matter of public interest, it was accepted that the reciprocal duty and interest ......
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