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Phone hacking: massive privacy damages

Gulati v. MGN Ltd  EWHC 1482 (Ch), Mann J – judgment here

For some years in the early and mid 2000s, a routine form of news-gathering in the Mirror Group was phone hacking – listening to voicemails left for celebrities by their friends, and then dishing up revelations in their papers.   1,313 more words

Case Summaries

Showbiz Phone-hacking Victims to Receive Share of $1.96 Million

LONDON — The Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror newspapers have been forced to pay damages totaling nearly £1.25 million ($1.96 million) to eight victims of phone-hacking, many of them from the world of showbiz. 146 more words


London director, Ben Charles Edwards, makes new film shot entirely in Hackney

Set the Thames on Fire tells the story of Art and Sal, two friends navigating their way through a parallel, dream-like East London.

It is London, then, but not as we know it. 302 more words

Arts And Entertainment

Mirror Damages Trial: Court hears evidence from Dan Evans, Sadie Frost and James Hipwell, closing submissions on 18 March

On Thursday 12 March 2014, day 9, the Mirror Damages Trial heard evidence from former Mirror journalist Dan Evans and from actress Sadie Frost.  Her evidence concluded on Friday 13 March 2014, day 10.   866 more words

Phone Hacking

Ακόμα δεν μπορώ να συνηθίσω την φοβερά εντυπωσιακή ομοιότητα που έχει ο Rafferty Law με τον πατέρα του!

Έχω ξαναναφερθεί στον Rafferty Lawτον 18χρονο γιο του Jude Law και της Sadie Frost, ο οποίος έχει ξεκινήσει μια καλή καριέρα στο μόντελινγκ – αλλά τώρα έχω μια ακόμα αφορμή, καθώς έπεσα πάνω σε μια φωτογράφηση που έκανε σχετικά πρόσφατα για την Teen Vogue, και στην οποία η ομοιότητα με τον πατέρα του είναι σκανδαλώδης, ενώ στην συνέντευξη που παραχώρησε στο περιοδικό μίλησε και για την μπάντα που έχει μαζί με έναν φίλο του, και τα μελλοντικά του μουσικά σχέδια!


February's Love Bites: BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA (1992)

And now we come to what is probably the best-known horror love story: Dracula. Or is it Bram Stoker’s Dracula? Or maybe it’s Francis Ford Coppola’s BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA (depending on what you read, adding the author’s name to the title is either Coppola’s acknowledgement of the importance of the author, such as he did with Mario Puzo’s GODFATHER, or a necessity because Universal owned the rights to the more simple title DRACULA). 1,863 more words

New Posting

See my short, Dotty, for free! Plus: amazing new feature Set The Thames On Fire

If you’re in London this Saturday lunchtime, grab the chance to watch Dotty on the big screen – for free! Dotty is a truly lovely short film that I dreamed up and Ben Charles Edwards directed, about a troubled young boy growing up in Nevada in the ‘60s who forges a life-changing friendship with an eccentric lady in a mysterious trailer in the desert. 306 more words