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Advisors kept as Mosley moves from privacy to libel
Having read the weekend newspapers one would think that we are never going to read a piece of investigative journalism again.
The hysterical reaction in the press to the judgment in this trial has been woeful. Eady said this was NOT a landmark decision and would NOT therefore affect freedom of information. If the News of the World had settled this case as it should have done rather than fighting in the courts then the press wouldn't be in this mess. Nor would Mosley be trying to bring libel action in the UK, Germany and France.
Now of course the NotW can have its recourse through its Sunday pages (as if there is not enough news in the world) and it has drafted in the church to complain about modern morality. All this about a private person's private sex life which he enjoyed privately. If you don't want to be "corrupted" by his antics don't read it. Since when has the NotW lectured anybody on morality?
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