Critically discuss how the law strikes a balance between full and frank disclosure and public interest immunity. Do you think the law strikes this balance appropriately?

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Public interest immunity is a rule of evidence that is characterized by one party proceeding to make an argument that particular documents should not be disclosed to another party since it would be prejudicial to the public interest to do so in a given time. The law has been upheld through the ruling of the Supreme Court that considered the relationship between open justice and the public interest immunity in the ruling in Al Rawi v Security Service (2011) UKSC 34…

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