Transparency Project: Press regulation, why we are unimpressed by IPSO – Paul Magrath

21 10 2016

IPSO-logo1There are many things wrong with the way the national press reports legal matters, especially matters relating to the Family Court and the Court of Protection. But they are not going to get better unless and until the so-called regulator, IPSO, takes firmer action to enforce the Editors Code of Practice. Read the rest of this entry »





Case Comment: R (Ingenious Media Holdings plc and another) v Commissioners for Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs, HMRC “Off the Record” briefing was a breach of confidence – Dan Tench

21 10 2016

ingenious-group-255x90In the case of R (Ingenious Media) v HMRC ([2016] UKSC 54) UK Supreme Court held that information provided by taxpayers to HMRC is confidential and that HMRC acted unlawfully by disclosing such information to journalists. Read the rest of this entry »