In this week’s Without Prejudice podcast, Financial Times General Counsel Tim Bratton joins Charon QC, David Allen Green and me to talk about:

  • contempt of court in the week Twitter typed two fingeredly to the courts
  • privacy law, the media, and that footballer
  • whether we have privacy law, a tort of privacy, or what (including a brief spat between David and me),
  • John Hemming MP, and the use and abuse of Parliamentary privilege, and
  • the role of General Counsel and the in-house lawyer, focusing on Tim’s work for the FT.

We had fun – and I hope you’ll have fun too if you choose to listen. Do please comment about the issues we discussed.

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