Hencke News: Artist in banned child sex abuse memoir case applies for permission to appeal to Supreme Court

News: Artist in banned child sex abuse memoir case applies for permission to appeal to Supreme Court

For those following the banning of a memoir where a performing artist wanted to discuss how he fought to recover from child sexual abuse – this is a very important development and deserves to be tested in the highest court of the land. The legal significance of the ban could have serious consequences for publishing and freedom of expression – particularly as it was based on a real obscure piece of English law.

Originally posted on Inforrm’s Blog:
AnonymousBindmans LLP have announced that an application for permission to appeal has been lodged with the Supreme Court by MLA, the performing artist whose autobiography has been injuncted worldwide following a widely criticised decision by the Court of Appeal.
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