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If boycotts could change the system they'd be illegal
A ruling by the Ontario Court of Appeal says that boycotting by a grassroots group Friends of the Lubicon Lake Cree Nation of Daishowa paper products was illegal because it resulted in economic harm t...
Never Say Die!
Autobiography of labour lawyer John Stanton with an account of Canadian labour history since the 1930's.
WikiLeaks, Corruption and the Super Injunction: Suppression and Information
In Australia, whose institutions still pride themselves on an antiquated obsession with aspects of English gagging, suppression orders do retain a certain mystique. They certainly do in the Australian...
Guardian gagged from reporting parliament
Today's published Commons order papers contain a question to be answered by a minister later this week. The Guardian is prevented from identifying the MP who has asked the question, what the question ...
How the Trafigura story came to be told
Gag defeated by press, web users and MPs.
Trafigura is a Swiss-based multinational company founded in 1993 trading in base metals and energy, including oil, which has been named or involved in several scandals, especially in Africa.
Trafigura gag attempt unites house in protest
Efforts by the law firm Carter-Ruck to stop reporting of a Commons question about Trafigura have outraged MPs on all sides.