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Suzanne Moore (award-winning columnist for the Guardian and the Mail on Sunday).<br />
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London, 28/06/2011. A parterre de roi for this meeting organised by LSE (London School Of Economics) to discuss gagging orders, tabloid intrusion, and the right to privacy and a private life. The speakers included: George Gaskell (Pro-Director of LSE and Professor of Social Psychology), Suzanne Moore (award-winning columnist for the Guardian and the Mail on Sunday), Max Mosley (former president of Formula One), David Price (QC, founder of London media law firm David Price Solicitors & Advocates), Hugh Tomlinson (QC of Matrix Chambers, specialist in media and information law including defamation, confidence, privacy and data protection). Chair of the event was Jo Glanville (editor of Index on Censorship and member of the Ministry of Justice working party on libel reform).
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Suzanne Moore (award-winning columnist for the Guardian and the Mail on Sunday).

London, 28/06/2011. A parterre de roi for this meeting organised by LSE (London School Of Economics) to discuss gagging orders, tabloid intrusion, and the right to privacy and a private life. The speakers included: George Gaskell (Pro-Director of LSE and Professor of Social Psychology), Suzanne Moore (award-winning columnist for the Guardian and the Mail on Sunday), Max Mosley (former president of...
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