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The European Court of Human Rights today unanimously ruled that the payment of success fees of up to 100 per cent in privacy and defamation cases, under CFA agreements, constitutes a violation of the right to free expression.
The barring of photographers from picturing the supermodel at the Hague highlights the clash between privacy and free expression. Simon Jennings reports
Mr Justice Eady on the difficulty of balancing competing human rights and why no parliamentary draftsman could have dreamt up the facts of the Mosley case
Britain’s libel laws are a malign force far beyond just celebrity journalism. Radical reform is overdue, writes Jo Glanville
Privacy cases in the UK continue to pose a significant challenge to press freedom, says Gavin Millar