Europe

Apr 7, 2011

‘Hyper injunctions’ may be contempt of parliament

A British MP has raised the possibility of jailing super injunction-happy judges. But the same problem that caused them is happening here.

Bernard Keane — Politics editor

Bernard Keane

Politics editor

Two developments overnight have refocused British attention on the problem of super injunctions.

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2 thoughts on “‘Hyper injunctions’ may be contempt of parliament

  1. Socratease

    This superinjunction business is a creeping disease that needs to be eradicated. For mine it’s the thin end of a wedge that leads to the sort of environment that the controlling classes of communist and fascist regimes revel in.

  2. Socratease

    This superinjunction business is a creeping disease that needs to be eradicated. For mine it’s the thin end of a wedge that leads to the sort of environment that the controlling classes of communist and f-ascist regimes revel in.

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