Sir Christopher Meyer on injunctions and privacy changes

Sir Christopher Meyer, a former Press Complaints Commission chairman, does not expect "dramatic or radical" changes on privacy and injunctions to be unveiled on Friday by the Master of the Rolls.

He spoke minutes after Liberal Democrat Lord Stoneham revealed to the House of Lords details of a super injunction concerning the former head of the Royal Bank of Scotland, Sir Fred Goodwin, over an alleged affair with a senior colleague.

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