Prince Charles has had an interesting week. In an announcement eagerly awaited by the massed ranks of the world’s media, with live coverage continuing interminably on all news channels, a small piece of paper was placed on a gilded easel which informed the impatient public that on 25 July 2013 Lord Judge CJ was delivered of permission to appeal against the Divisional Court’s judgment in support of the veto over release of the Prince of Wales’ correspondence with Ministers. The Court of Appeal will accordingly hear the appeal in R (Evans) v HM Attorney General (see Panopticon posts ad nauseam) in due course.
Oh, and apparently there was something about a baby this week. This has no direct implications for information law and so will be of no interest to readers of this blog.