Press restrictions may continue after trial in the interests of national security – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted February 11th, 2016 in closed material, media, news, private hearings, reporting restrictions, terrorism by sally

‘Terrorism has brought many changes in the ways in which we go about our lives. Many of these are quite minor, irritating but generally sensible. The holding of trials where much of the evidence is kept secret is not minor, and in principle must be considered an outrage rather than an irritant. But there are clearly occasions when this has to happen, and it is a great challenge to those who on the one hand have responsibility for preventing terrorism and those on the other hand responsible for ensuring that justice has been done.’

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UK Human Rights Blog, 11th February 2016