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(1)Mr Colin Rayner  (Daily Mail)

Mr Colin Rayner complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, that an article published on the newspaper's website had contained a number of photographs taken inside a property owned by his family, which had been taken without his consent.

(2)Mr Chris Negus (Daily Mail)

Mr Chris Negus complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which reported on a property owned by his family, and which included photographs of that property taken without his consent.

(3)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission, on behalf of her mother, that a number of articles had breached Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy), Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock), Clause 6 (Children) and Clause 9 (Reporting of Crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(4)A man (Daily Mail)

A man complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published a photograph of him and identified him, without his consent, in a story that related to his private life in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(5)Two complainants (Daily Mail)

Two complainants complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article which reported details of the design of their home.

(6)Ms Alex Wood-Davis (Daily Mail)

Ms Alex-Wood Davis complained to the Press Complaints Commission, under Clause 1 (Accuracy) and Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice, about an article, reporting on the activities of the Police Federation, which included her photograph.

(7)Simon Cowell & Lauren Silverman (Daily Mail)

Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that Mail Online had published pictures of them taken without their consent in a location where they had a reasonable expectation of privacy, in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(8)Mrs Jacqui Deverson (Daily Mail)

Mrs Jacqui Deverson complained to the Press Complaints Commission on behalf of her daughter about the publication of images which the latter considered to have been intrusive in breach of Clause 3 (Privacy) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(9)A woman (Daily Mail)

A woman complained to the Press Complaints Commission that in two articles about her ex-husband's conviction for murder, the newspaper had named her son in breach of Clause 6 (Children) and Clause 9 (Reporting of crime) of the Editors' Code of Practice.

(10)Mr Vince Harris (Daily Mail)

Mr Vince Harris complained to the Press Complaints Commission that the newspaper had published an article about the death of his son that was inaccurate and intrusive in breach of Clause 1 (Accuracy), Clause 3 (Privacy) and Clause 5 (Intrusion into grief or shock) of the Editors' Code of Practice.