As the public appetite for celebrity news grows, so the number of celebrities seeking injunctions to prevent publication of news about them escalates. Three recent high-profile Court of Appeal rulings have highlighted the role the Human Rights Act may play in future cases involving celebrities. Niri Shan and John Plant report
Abbie Gibson was until recently employed by David and Victoria Beckham as a nanny. She had a written employment contract and had also entered into confidentiality agreements not to disclose confidential information relating to the Beckhams.
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