The PCC's views on the rights and wrongs of the superinjunction


The Prime Minister has concerns about gagging orders which prevent information being reported about celebrities' private lives.

Stephen Abell, director of the Press Complaints Commission, told BBC Radio 5 live: "People are valuing their privacy now more than ever."

"When justice is seen to be done in secret it raises concerns about how it's being conducted," Abell explained to Phil Williams on 5 live Breakfast.

You can hear other BBC Radio 5 live highlights by visiting the Best Bits section on the website.

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