What We Cannot Talk About, We Must Pass Over in Silence: Judicial Orders and Reporting Parliamentary Speech

Andrew Geddis, “What we cannot talk about, we must pass over in silence: Judicial orders and reporting parliamentary speech”, Public Law 443-451 [2010].

Posted: 28 Dec 2018

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Andrew Geddis

Faculty of Law, University of Otago

Date Written: 2010

Abstract

This article examines recent events in the United Kingdom, which reveal the potential for conflict between a judicial order prohibiting the publication of details relating to a matter before the courts, and the media’s freedom to discuss parliamentary proceedings.

Keywords: public law, parliamentary speech, UK

JEL Classification: K00, K30

Suggested Citation

Geddis, Andrew, What We Cannot Talk About, We Must Pass Over in Silence: Judicial Orders and Reporting Parliamentary Speech (2010). Andrew Geddis, “What we cannot talk about, we must pass over in silence: Judicial orders and reporting parliamentary speech”, Public Law 443-451 [2010]., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3291749

Andrew Geddis (Contact Author)

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Dunedin, 9016
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