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Public 'denied from knowing' by courts


The decision of Andrew Marr to go public and declare that he had obtained a super-injunction has stirred up the debate about whether the courts have proved too willing to grant injunctions in order to protect the privacy of public figures.

Desmond Browne, a leading QC in media law, and Kelvin Mackenzie, former editor of The Sun, whether super-injunctions are becoming difficult to maintain.

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