Details of personal e-mails from Tory MP Zac Goldsmith’s ex-wife Sheherazade and his sister Jemima Khan should not be published, the High Court has ruled.
It has emerged a woman hacked their e-mail accounts and passed details to a national newspaper journalist.
The case was made subject to a “super injunction” in 2008, meaning nothing could be written about it at all.
Mr Justice Tugendhat ruled the contents of the e-mails should be kept secret, but the super injunction should end.
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