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Reforming Libel: What must a Defamation Bill achieve?

This leafet from the Libel Reform Campaign: Reforming Libel: What must a Defamation Bill achieve? explains that our libel laws afford minimal protection for reputation and sets out what is needed to protect public debate from chilling threats. This leaflet was distributed at all three 2010 Autumn party conferences, including a well-attended panel with Justice Minister Lord McNally, the minister responsible for bringing forward the promised Government bill early in 2011

Document type: Libel

Published: 31 August 2010

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