Publisher Citation: [1999] All ER (D) 636
Court: Queen's Bench Division, Divisional Court
Judge:

Roch LJ, Maurice Kay and Hooper JJ

Representation Sydney Kentridge QC, David Lloyd Jones QC and Michael Bools (instructed by the Treasury Solicitor) for the applicants.
  Christopher Clarke QC, Alan Roxburgh and Jacob Grierson (instructed by W J Tate, Solicitor to the Inquiry) for the respondent.
  Ian Burnett QC (instructed by the Solicitor to the Ministry of Defence) for the Ministry of Defence.
  Lord Gifford QC and John Coyle (instructed by McCartney & Casey) for James Wray deceased.
  Michael Mansfield QC and John Coyle (instructed by Desmond J Doherty & Co) for Bernard McGuigan deceased.
  Hugh Martin Rodgers (instructed by Brendan Kerney Kelly & Co) for Michael Bradley and Michael Bridge.
  Arthur Harvey QC and Seamus Treacy (instructed by Madden & Finucane) for the next of kin and the wounded.
Judgment Dates: 17 June 1999

Catchwords

Witness - Anonymity - Parliament setting up inquiry into events in Northern Ireland |||| Inquiry tribunal ruling that witnesses to be granted partial anonymity - Judicial review of tribunal's decision - Approach to be adopted by tribunal on question of anonymity.

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