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You Can't Read This Book: why libel tourists love London

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You Can't Read This Book: why libel tourists love London

Post by Guest on 16.01.12 11:32

Long article but worth a read...


Nick Cohen

The Observer, Sunday 15 January 2012


You Can't Read This Book: why libel tourists love London


In an exclusive extract from You Can't Read This Book, the Observer columnist Nick Cohen presents a damning indictment of how the English legal system helps the wealthy and powerful suppress inconvenient truths


http://www.guardian.co.uk/law/2012/jan/15/you-cant-read-this-book-extract?newsfeed=true.

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Post by Cristobell on 16.01.12 21:04

Wonderful stuff - well worth reading and digesting.

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Post by uppatoffee on 16.01.12 21:28

I was totally shocked by how awful the libel law in this country is. I know we are well aware of the actions of CRuck, but the some of the incidents described here are really terrible. Can't believe what the cotta are allowing given the incredibly tenuous relationship with England in many cases. Well done Nick Cohen for speaking out. clapping
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Post by uppatoffee on 16.01.12 21:30

*cotta = courts. Autocorrect on my phone, sorry! ooops
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