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Statement in Open Court, Channel 5 makes public apology and pays substantial damages arising out of “Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away!” broadcast

On 19 April 2021 a joint statement in open court [pdf] was read before Mrs Justice Collins Rice after Keith Wain and Julie Kelly, both private individuals, accepted an offer of settlement in relation to the misuse of their private information in respect of the filming, making and multiple broadcasts of an episode of the television programme “Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It Away!” . Continue reading

News: Statement in Open Court, Mail on Sunday pays damages to The Duke of Sussex over false allegation concerning Marines

A unilateral Statement in Open Court [pdf] was read today before Mr Justice Nicklin, after The Duke of Sussex accepted an offer of settlement in relation to false claims made by the Mail on Sunday that he had turned his back on the Royal Marines and ignored correspondence from Lord Dannatt, the former Chief of the General Staff. Continue reading

News: Statement in Open Court, Newsquest apologises to Libyan man arrested after Manchester bombing for false allegation of ISIS link

In statement in open court [pdf] read before Mr Justice Warby yesterday, 24 October 2018, Newsquest Media Group, the publishers of the Argus Newspaper in Brighton, apologised to a Libyan man arrested after the Manchester bombing pilot over an article alleging that he was an ISIS sympathiser who had publicly mourned the death of an ISIS leader. Continue reading

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