Monthly Archives: April 2011

Super Injunctions and what constitutes “public interest”

BBC political journalist and broadcaster, Andrew Marr, has admitted today that he took out a so-called “super-injunction” to stop the press from reporting his extra-marital affair several years ago. In his statement, he apparently said he was ashamed of having … Continue reading

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An “illusion of innocence” at the Royal Wedding?

I recently read this light-hearted article by the royal commentator, Talbot Church, in The Independent. All the stuff and nonsense about whether males in the royal family should wear wedding rings, and the Queen’s apparent apoplexy over Prince Andrew wearing … Continue reading

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Where the blame should really lie

D and I travelled to London on Tuesday for a romantic overnight break in the city. We saw a fantastic show, stayed in a gorgeous hotel and ate some wonderful food. It was pretty perfect, in fact. However, somewhere between … Continue reading

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