Decided by the Press Council on appeal

McLoughlin and the Sunday World

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Posted on: 30-Jun-2008
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The newspaper appealed the decision of the Press Ombudsman to the Press Council of Ireland.

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Lonergan and The Sunday Times

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Posted on: 27-Jun-2008
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The newspaper appealed the decision of the Press Ombudsman to the Press Council of Ireland.

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Tate and the Irish Independent

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Posted on: 06-Jun-2008
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Mr Tate appealed the decision of the Press Ombudsman to the Press Council of Ireland.

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French and the Irish Mail on Sunday

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Posted on: 06-Jun-2008
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The newspaper appealed the Press Ombudsman’s decision of 10 April 2008 that the manner of the reports of the circumstances of Ms French’s death constituted a breach of Principle 2.1 (Distinguishing Fact and Comment) and Principle 5.3 (Privacy).

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French and the Irish Mail on Sunday Review

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Posted on: 06-Jun-2008
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The newspaper appealed the judgement of the Press Ombudsman that the article breached Principle 2.1 (Distinguishing Fact and Comment) of the Code of Practice.

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Power and the Irish Mail on Sunday

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Posted on: 18-Apr-2008
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Councillor Power appealed the decision of the Press Ombudsman to the Press Council of Ireland.

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Gregory and the Evening Herald

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Posted on: 18-Apr-2008
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The Press Council of Ireland, at its meeting on 18th April 2008, decided to adjudicate an appeal by the Evening Herald against the decision of the Press Ombudsman on a complaint by Tony Gregory TD. It decided to hear the appeal on the grounds that this was the first case that had come before the Council that involved the important and complex issue of the privacy of a public figure, and the degree to which that privacy might justifiably be infringed in the public interest.

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