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Telegraph apologises to Sheikha Moza

The Daily Telegraph has published an apology to Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser Al Misnad, wife of the Emir of Qatar, following its publication of untrue allegations concerning a New York shopping trip wrongly said to have been undertaken by Her Highness in the company of US First Lady Michelle Obama.

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Liam and Noel Gallagher

Following the commencement of proceedings for libel, Liam Gallagher has received the apology he had sought from his brother, Noel, over false comments made by Noel after Oasis had to cancel a gig due to Liam having laryngitis.

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Boris Berezovsky

The Court of Appeal has upheld Boris Berezovsky’s win in his 2010 libel action against the Russian State Television channel RTR and Vladimir Terluk.

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Independent apologises over London riots libel

The Independent has apologised and paid damages to Merlin O'Doherty-Alb, a university student wrongly alleged to have participated in the London rioting of August 2011.

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Joint Parliamentary Committee on Privacy and Injunctions

On 24 October 2010, at the Committee's invitation, Alasdair Pepper gave evidence before the Joint Committee of the House of Lords and House of Commons.

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‘‘No win, no fee’ – our only route to justice’’

Together with seven other signatories, four Carter-Ruck clients (Hardeep Singh, Peter Murray, Parameswaran Subramanyam and Peter Duffy) have signed an open letter published in the Guardian concerning the government's proposed changes to litigation funding and their potential impact on access to justice.

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The Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press

Adam Tudor and Isabel Martorell are advising Kate and Gerry McCann in relation to their status as 'Core Participants' in the Leveson Inquiry

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‘Super-injunction’ article

An article by Nigel Tait about the "super-injunction" obtained by Trafigura against The Guardian in 2009 has been published by Legal Week and on the "inforrm" media blog.

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Sergei Polonsky

The Russian businessman Sergei Polonsky has this week initiated a legal claim for libel against Evening Standard and Independent owner Alexander Lebedev.

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Phone Hacking Cases

Carter-Ruck is currently representing a number of clients in claims arising out of the phone hacking scandal.

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Ofcom Vindication for Al Jazeera

The UK broadcasting regulator Ofcom has ruled in favour of the news channel Al Jazeera English following a complaint about its series on the 'Palestine Papers', the largest leak of confidential documents in the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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The Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill

Carter-Ruck has made a written submission to the House of Commons Public Bill Committee, explaining how many ordinary people will be denied access to justice if the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill is passed in its current form.

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The Times

The Times has published on its website an article by Carter-Ruck senior partner Andrew Stephenson concerning the government's proposed changes to litigation funding and their potential impact on access to justice.

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Liam Gallagher issues libel proceedings against Noel Gallagher

Liam Gallagher, the former lead singer of Oasis, has issued High Court proceedings for libel against Noel Gallagher.

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Tanzanian claimant ordered to pay £90,000 security for costs

The High Court has ordered Reginald Mengi, the Tanzanian businessman, to pay £90,000 into court as security for costs in the libel case he has brought in England against Sarah Hermitage.

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