The Guardian reports it has been gagged from reporting parliament.
It cannot report that a particular question was asked of a minister, or who asked the question, what the question is, which minister might answer it, or where the question can be found. Nor is it allowed to say why it can’t tell you those things, or who says it can’t tell you.
What it can say is the Commons order paper contains a question, and he case involves Carter-Ruck, a firm of London solicitors ‘who specialise in suing the media for clients, who include individuals or global corporations.’
So I asked Google what the Guardian can’t tell me.
Paul Farrelly (Newcastle-under-Lyme): To ask the Secretary of State for Justice, what assessment he has made of the effectiveness of legislation to protect (a) whistleblowers and (b) press freedom following the injunctions obtained in the High Court by (i) Barclays and Freshfields solicitors on 19 March 2009 on the publication of internal Barclays reports documenting alleged tax avoidance schemes and (ii) Trafigura and Carter-Ruck solicitors on 11 September 2009 on the publication of the Minton report on the alleged dumping of toxic waste in the Ivory Coast, commissioned by Trafigura.