Barclay twins challenge law
Thursday 03 October 1996
The twins, 61, who spent millions building a Gothic castle on the uninhabited island, of Brecqhou lodged a protest with the commission last year, but were told nothing could be done until after the programme had been broadcast.
The pair are now seeking a judicial review of the section of the Broadcasting Act which governs the BCC's powers. Mr Justice Sedley reserved his ruling to a later date. Charlie Bain
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