MPs and Lords have weighed in on the controversial debate of whether England and Wales need new privacy laws - and conclude
Proposed changes to the operation of parliamentary privilege are to be set out in a Green Paper before the end of the parliamentary
Basic probability dictates that when you get more than 10 peers in a room after lunch, one will fall asleep. But against
The number of celebrities hiding behind super-injunctions has fallen dramatically, Britain's top newspaper editors have confirmed
The MP who broke a superinjunction naming a parent who was found to have coached her daughter to claim she was sexually abused