What the NHS needs even more than money – a dose of kindness

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Leveson Inquiry: Law to gag press is illegal as it breaches Human Rights Act

Bombshell by Leveson's own adviser: His law to gag press is illegal as it breaches Human Rights Act (but she's banned from telling you what she advised inquiry)Shami Chakrabarti blasts Labour leader Ed Miliband’s ‘hasty and ill-considered’ endorsement of the reportDirector of Liberty also rebuked pro-legislation pressure groups such as Hacked Off for 'ill-informed debate' | UPDATED: 12:44 GMT, 2 December 2012 One of Lord Justice Leveson’s key advisers last night delivered the bombshell verdict that his demand for compulsory press regulation would be illegal.

Bombshell by Leveson"s own adviser: His law to gag press is illegal as it breaches Human Rights Act (but she"s banned from telling you what…

Bombshell by Leveson's own adviser: His law to gag press is illegal as it breaches Human Rights Act (but she's banned from telling you what she advised inquiry)Shami Chakrabarti blasts Labour leader Ed Miliband’s ‘hasty and ill-considered’ endorsement of the reportDirector of Liberty also rebuked pro-legislation pressure groups such as Hacked Off for 'ill-informed debate' | UPDATED: 00:50 GMT, 2 December 2012 One of Lord Justice Leveson’s key advisers last night delivered the bombshell verdict that his demand for compulsory press regulation would be illegal. In an exclusive interview with The Mail on Sunday, Shami Chakrabarti, director of the civil rights group Liberty, said any such clampdown would breach the Human Rights Act and be open to legal challenge. Her intervention is hugely significant because as one of only six ‘assessors’ who helped guide the inquiry and its conclusions, her position threatens the viability of key parts of the report.