Baroness Hollins describes press intrusion after daughter's stabbing
Baroness Hollins, whose daughter Abigail Witchalls was stabbed in the neck while walking with her toddler son in 2005, has been giving evidence at the Leveson inquiry into media ethics.
She spoke about a story that appeared in the paper very soon after the attack. It revealed that at the time of the attack her daughter was pregnant.
Baroness Hollins said "there is no way that information should have been in the public domain".
02 Feb 2012
- From the section UK