Daily Mail parent company invokes Human Rights Act to stop naming of journalists

Lawyers working for Associated Newspapers successfully argue there is no justification for naming 73 journalists and executives

The Daily Mail’s parent company has successfully invoked the Human Rights Act to stop other media outlets naming its journalists in a phone hacking court case.

Prince Harry and a group of other prominent individuals are bringing cases alleging widespread illegal behaviour by reporters at Associated Newspapers. In their claims they name 73 journalists and editorial executives who have worked at the Daily Mail and its sister titles over several decades.

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