9 March 2015
The Court of Justice of the European Union heard 719 cases in 2014, the busiest year in the court’s history. Average time taken to deal with direct actions and appeals was 20 months and 14.5 months respectively.
Strasbourg judges say order to anonymise archived Belgian newspaper report did not violate freedom of expression.
Court finds that offer to settle for £1 was a genuine one and that costs rules had been correctly applied.
Review of the Human Rights Act headed by Sir Peter Gross is expected to report this summer.
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