Supreme Court memoir judgment a ‘victory for freedom of speech’
The Supreme Court has unanimously allowed a memoir by a British classical pianist detailing his experiences of sexual abuse to be published, despite objections from the artist’s ex-wife.
In March 2014, in a case that until today was only known as OPO v MLA, James Rhodes’ ex-wife applied for a ban on his memoir.
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