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Beauty Contest Court Case - High Court, London Featured High Court Print

Beauty Contest Court Case - High Court, London

Four winners of the Miss Great Britain beauty title are pictured in London when they attended the hearing of the High Court case in which Morecambe and Heysham Corporation, which runs the contest, seeks damages and an injunction against Mecca Ltd to prevent them from running the Miss Britain contest. (l-r) Diane Westbury, Carole Redhead, Gillian Taylor and Joy Black

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Alma Cogan leaves for cabaret Featured High Court Print

Alma Cogan leaves for cabaret

Singer Alma Cogan wearing a curly-brimmed outsize bowler hat in fine straw as she leaves London airport for a week's cabaret engagement at the Sheraton Hotel in Tel Aviv. 26/07/02 : Alma Cogan, whose sister, actress Sandra Caron, is seeking a High Court injunction, to stop the BBC airing a radio series depicting the Fifties singing star as a drunk and their mother as domineering. Sandra Caron decided to go to court last night after the BBC refused to guarantee the five-part programme would not be broadcast on Radio 4 next week. Furious Ms Caron - the younger sister of the star who was a confidante of The Beatles and who died of cancer in 1966 aged 34 - decided to act after learning the content of the series. The BBC, who say that the programme is not a biographical series but a series of vignettes inspired by some of the events in her life, have said that they will be defending the action. S


London: Squatters at the empty 60 room mansion a 144, Piccadilly, London, this morning Featured High Court Print

London: Squatters at the empty 60 room mansion a 144, Piccadilly, London, this morning

London: Squatters at the empty 60 room mansion a 144, Piccadilly, London, this morning. Ironically, adorning the wall of the building is a poster with the message, "London Policemen are Wonderful."
The squatters took over the building earlier this week, and by last night, it was reported that 350 persons had moved into the building, which is owned by the Amalgamated West End Developments and Property Trust Ltd.
Yesterday, an ultimatum was given to the squatters in the form of a high court order requiring them to leave the premises by 1600 hours tomorrow.
Dr John Moffat leader went to court with letter signed by 19 other occupants for more time to get evidence against the eviction.
19th September 1969