High Court: Celeb Affairs Are in Public Interest

The High Court has ruled that exposés of affairs by celebrities are in the public interest. Over the weekend former England football manager Steve McClaren lost his bid to obtain a privacy injunction against the Sun, who then revealed that he had cheated on his wife with a former lover of another England coach, Ulrika Jonsson’s former squeeze Sven Goran Eriksson.

The decision seems to be a significant step back from the creeping privacy law established in similar past cases.

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Rowan Atkinson tells The Times

“All jokes about religion cause offence, so it’s pointless apologising for them. You should really only apologise for a bad joke. On that basis, no apology is required.”

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