IPSO: Still less for your comfort, another speech by Sir Alan Moses – Jonathan Coad

16 10 2015

Moses-image-3At the end of the Leveson Inquiry, at which only a small proportion of the serial institutional wrongdoing committed by the press was brought to light, the industry was presented with a straight choice.  It could take account of the clearly expressed aspirations of the general public and its elected representatives and create a genuinely independent regulatory body compliant with the reasonable and moderate recommendations of Sir Brian Leveson. Read the rest of this entry »





Case Law: Appleton v Gallagher, Law of ancillary relief reporting ‘a mess’ – Nathan Capone

16 10 2015

Appleton and GallagherIn the case of Appleton v Gallagher ([2015] EWHC 2689 (Fam)) Mostyn J has ruled on a joint application by former husband and wife pop stars Liam Gallagher and Nicole Appleton to exclude press from their ongoing ancillary relief proceedings in the High Court after their divorce in 2014. Read the rest of this entry »