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Cheryl Pitman is appealing to Chief Justice Ivor Archie to deliver a ruling in her son, Lesters appeal, soon...Pitman, now 33, of San Juan, was convicted on July 14, 2004, for the murders of Englishman John Cropper, Croppers mother, Maggie Lee, and
O has been transparent. CP Video Video Suspended Sen. Patrick Brazeau says he plans to get to the "heart of the matter" in his new position as contributor to Frank Magazine. Brazeau applied Monday to become a member of the Parliamentary press gallery
Sunday December 8, 2013 Gordon Robinson I first met Percival James Patterson, QC, in the early 1980s. He had taken leave of politics after the PNP's 1980 electoral debacle and returned to law as a founding partner of Rattray, Patterson, Rattray.
2 November 2013 0 View comments David Davis, former Conservative Party chairman, says British press freedom is under attack In its 300-year history, British press freedom has faced many threats...A truly free press is a probing, scrutinising press;
Press charter sparks anger The death warrant for press freedom has been signed, declares the Daily Mirror . The paper launches a strong attack on the royal charter drawn up by politicians, which was approved by the Privy Council on Wednesday.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg chaired a meeting at Buckingham Palace at which Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, Culture Secretary Maria Miller and Liberal Democrat peer Lord McNally were also present...It grants politicians the right to meddle in
Newspapers in legal bid to stop press regulation charter The press wants a judicial review of a Privy Council decision to reject its proposed charter Newspaper and magazine publishers are seeking a last-minute injunction to stop the proposed royal
The newspaper industry has applied for an injunction against the Privy Council's consideration on Wednesday of a historical Royal Charter on press reform and has sought judicial review of a decision to reject its own charter. The move is an attempt
The newspaper industry is challenging the planned royal charter on press regulation. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA The government is disappointed that newspaper and magazine publishers are to challenge the decision to reject their proposals for a
Leading journalists last night voiced their concerns for the future of investigative reporting in the face of new press regulation, with Alan Rusbridger, editor-in-chief of The Guardian, describing the Government's plan as a medieval piece of