The Secretary of State for Justice then announced that a "Green Paper" will be issued in 2011 which will address security issues relating to legal proceedings and will ensure that things remain as secret as possible.
The Secretary of State for Justice went along to the Joint Committee on Human Rights and gave evidence - see Democracy Live. There is an interesting though lengthy video of the proceedings.
The Home Office announced some new arrangements relating to Stop and Search and claimed that thousands of Police hours will be saved as a result - see here.
Lord Justice Leveson delivered a speech about the use of Expert Evidence (here) and Lord Justice Gross spoke about - "National Security and the Courts." For a news article about Lord Justice Leveson's speech see Telegraph 19th November.
The wedding of HRH Prince William and Kate Middleton is to take place in 2011. This produced a certain amount of comment about "pre-nuptial agreements." Would they actually require one? On this, see The Guardian - AfuaHirsch's Law Blog.
The Lord Chief Justice - in a rather "dramatic" statement - has said that "tweets and the internet" could lead to the end of the jury system - see The Guardian 19th November. The present Lord Chief Justice is a supporter of trial by jury and he is clearly very concerned about matters such as jurors doing their own internet research or "tweeting" about the case.
The picture at the top of this post is the team which produced "That was the week that was" (or TW3) back in 1962-3.