Legal wranglings over a set of pictures of the BBC newsreader Anna Ford taken in Majorca last year has newspaper pictures' editors in a quandary in London. Picture desks are currently trying to avoid having to walk the fine privacy line over pictures taken this summer of the rich and famous until the Anna Ford case is resolved. Anna Ford has accused the Press Complaints Commission of failing to protect her privacy from paparazzi with long-lens cameras. The BBC newsreader is seeking permission to challenge the watchdog body's decision not to uphold her complaint about press intrusion into her family life during a holiday in Majorca. Pictures of bikini–clad Ms Ford on a beach with her new partner, former astronaut David Scott, and her children were taken with telephoto lenses and appeared in daily newspapers.


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