Divorce and Privacy ruling

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Divorcee loses privacy bidA divorcee seeking a larger settlement from her ex-husband has lost her bid to remain anonymous after media groups, represented by Adam Wolanski, argued in the Court of Appeal that open justice was a fundamental principle of the British judicial system. Lawyers for Tina Norman said her financial affairs were “private business” but judges refused to impose a ban on revealing her identity.

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