Decided by the Press Council on appeal

A Family and the News of the World

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Posted on: 04-Feb-2011
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A Family and the Sunday World

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Posted on: 04-Feb-2011
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Decision of the Press Council At its meeting on 4th February 2011, the Press Council gave careful consideration to the application to appeal the decision of the Ombudsman from the complainant acting on behalf of the family of a deceased individual. The Council decided to admit that section of the complaint dealing with Principle 5 (Privacy) of the Code of Practice. The Council had a comprehensive discussion of the newspaper article in question in relation to Principle 5 (Privacy). The Council concluded that the article did not breach Principle 5. The Decision of the Press Ombudsman is upheld. 04 February 2011  

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Gibson and the Irish Daily Mirror

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Posted on: 04-Feb-2011
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Decision of the Press CouncilAt its meeting on 4th February 2011 the Council gave careful consideration to the application to appeal from Mr Gibson but decided that the submission did not provide adequate grounds either in relation to new evidence or to any error in procedure or in the application of the principles of the code to warrant a full consideration of the appeal. The Decision of the Press Ombudsman is therefore upheld. 04 February 2011  

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Luke Gardiner Ltd and The Irish Times

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Posted on: 10-Dec-2010
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OLeidhin and the Sunday Independent

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Posted on: 10-Dec-2010
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Decision of the Press Council At its meeting on 10th December 2010 the Council gave careful consideration to the application to appeal from Mr O’Leidhin but decided that the submission did not provide adequate grounds either in relation to new evidence or to any error in procedure or in the application of the principles of the code to warrant a full consideration of the appeal. The Decision of the Press Ombudsman is therefore upheld. 10 December 2010  

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Fahy and the Evening Herald

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Posted on: 15-Oct-2010
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Decision of the Press Council At its meeting on 15th October 2010 the Council gave careful consideration to the application to appeal from Mr Fahy but decided that the submission did not provide adequate grounds either in relation to new evidence or to any error in procedure or in the application of the principles of the code to warrant a full consideration of the appeal. The Decision of the Press Ombudsman is therefore upheld. Click here to see the Decision of the Press Ombudsman.  

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Treacy and the Evening Herald

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Posted on: 15-Oct-2010
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Dumbrell and the Evening Herald

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Posted on: 15-Oct-2010
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Connolly Footwear and the Irish Independent

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Posted on: 15-Oct-2010
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Decision of the Press Council At its meeting on 15th October 2010 the Council gave careful consideration to the application to appeal from Mr Connolly but decided that the submission did not provide adequate grounds either in relation to new evidence or to any error in procedure or in the application of the principles of the code to warrant a full consideration of the appeal. The Decision of the Press Ombudsman is therefore upheld.  

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Gantley and the Sunday World

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Posted on: 10-Sep-2010
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Decision of the Press Council At its meeting on 10th September 2010 the Council gave careful consideration to the application to appeal from Mr Gantley but decided that the submission did not provide adequate grounds either in relation to new evidence or to any error in procedure or in the application of the principles of the code to warrant a full consideration of the appeal. The Decision of the Press Ombudsman is therefore upheld.  

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