Persephone Bridgman Baker provides her analysis to The Guardian on The Mail on Sunday’s failed appeal to the Court of Appeal over its publication of a personal letter written by the Duchess of Sussex to her father.

While the Court of Appeal decision was a narrow judgment solely on the matter of Lord Justice Warby’s summary judgment at first instance, it reiterates the important principle that even those in the public eye have a right to privacy. Persephone sets out the principles of Privacy Law and the key points that would have been considered in the recent upheld ruling.


Read the Guardian article here

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