Who was Sir Fred shagging?

As a fresh attempt was made to lift an injunction banning the identification of the woman in the case, a judge was told: “Sunlight should be shed on what at the moment are the dark corners of this case”.

It\’s all becoming slightly boring, isn\’t it?

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  1. Previously, on Injunction Junction:

    The woman submits that Associated Newspapers Ltd is in contempt of court – judge declines to refer the case to the A-G, saying, “The lady is free to refer the matter to the Attorney-General herself, and the Attorney-General is free to act of his own motion.”
    http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/QB/2011/1341.html

    Tugendhat clears up some popular misconceptions about the case and ANL’s lawyer says “ANL has no evidence that anyone was asked about a possible breach of corporate governance”. Therefore Tugendhat said “It follows that there is no evidence before the court upon which the court could find that there is a public interest in the publication of a report imputing a breach of the code of conduct on the part of Sir Frederick Goodwin or the lady concerned”. Also, “the orders [injunctions] of 1 and 9 March did not prevent anyone from carrying out any investigation or from giving information to the FSA or any other person responsible for investigating the affairs of RBS”.
    http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/QB/2011/1309.html

    (the above judgements have links to earlier judgements and orders.)

    I dare say the papers have got nothing.

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