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Free Speech

One can hardly go a day in the current political climate without hearing the phrase “Free Speech” advanced as a defence for some new controversial social commentary. 1,193 more words

Justice

TIMES NEWSPAPERS Ltd v FLOOD; FROST AND OTHERS v MGN Ltd; MILLER v ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Ltd [2017] UKSC 33

Summary

The Supreme Court considered three appeals; all involving the question of whether or not the costs regime involving Conditional Fee Agreements (‘CFA’s’) and After the Event Insurance (ATE’s) infringed a newspaper’s Article 10 rights. 59 more words

Privacy Law

HIS HIGHNESS PRINCE MOULAY HICHAM BEN ABDALLAH AL ALAOUI OF MOROCCO v ELAPH PUBLISHING LTD [2017] EWCA CIV 29

Summary

His Highness Prince Moulay Hicham Ben Abdullah Al Alaoui of Morocco brought a defamation claim against Elaph Publishing Limited for an article published on the company’s news website in October 2014. 134 more words

Privacy Law

R (on the application of Ingenious Media Holdings Plc) v Commissioners for Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs [2016] UKSC 54

This was an appeal in the Supreme Court concerning the scope of the duty of confidentiality that HMRC owes to taxpayers. Patrick McKenna founded Ingenious Media Holdings Plc (“Ingenious Media”), an investment and advisory group that specialised in the media industry. 147 more words

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The Two Party System

The Republican and Democratic parties both serve corporate interests instead of national interests.
We need at least six political parties to have a genuine discussion that includes numerous perspectives.

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Representative Governance

It is taken for granted that the American Republic is a representative system of governance because that was the intention behind its creation.

The truth is that representative governance in the United States died on the Federal level many years ago.

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