It has been reported a senior female member of staff was paid PS1million to sign a gagging order
and a black male executive signed a NDA after Sir Philip said he was "throwing spears in the jungle".
The firm's legal team told the High Court in London they were no longer pursuing litigation against the Ibrox chief over an alleged breach of a gagging order
ANDY Richards' scenarios on the pub bombs go no way to explaining why there is such a long gagging order
on the incident.
The showbiz patriarch was approached by Dina's publishers Birdstreet Books last November and asked to sign off on her book, but he insisted on reading the work line by line and pledged to go to court to stop the project as both he and his former spouse are under a gagging order
preventing them from discussing their divorce.
The famously volatile Anger Management actor broke a gagging order
to hurl abuse and rant on Twitter about his ex-partner Brooke Mueller, 36.
According to Yediot Aharonot, Wael Abu Rida--a resident of the Gaza Strip - was nabbed in June for unspecified "offences against national security." The Be'er Sheva Magistrates Court extended his remand by an additional eight days on Wednesday, and further extended a partial gagging order
by another ten days.
Manchester United star Ryan Giggs, 38, was unmasked as the man who took out a gagging order
against ex-Big Brother contestant Imogen Thomas.
Bizarrely, rather than centering around the ongoing debate about the U.K.'s gagging order
laws, the case against Mr Monkey focused on certain remarks the user made against councillors at the authority.
MANCHESTER United's Ryan Giggs was named as the married footballer at the centre of a controversial privacy case yesterday - as judges refused to lift the gagging order
SO a married actor has won a gagging order
to stop the media reporting his relationship with a call girl whose clients allegedly included Wayne Rooney.
It is not yet clear if the gagging order
also applies to general secretary Rahul Gandhi, who is officially in charge for only the youth and student wings of the party.
Woodward, who inspired England to the Rugby World Cup in 2003, instructed press guru Alastair Campbell to vet player columns and tour diaries as well as placing a three-month gagging order
on players during the ill-fated 2005 Lions Tour of New Zealand.