Tag Archives: libel reform

Libel begins at Larne

Padraig Reidy: Libel begins at Larne

Government chooses business interests over citizens

Libel Reform: Government chooses business interests over citizens

Should public servants be able to use public money to sue for libel?

Mike Harris: Should public servants be able to use public money to sue for libel?

News from the Libel Reform campaign

Dear Friends There has been some important news today. An agreement has been struck to remove the ‘Leveson’ amendment to the Defamation Bill. This is welcomed news. All of your letters to MPs and the Prime Minister have made it clear why the Defamation Bill matters, and why it must not be caught up in [...]

London libel ruling against Ethiopian dissident shows urgent need for reform

Peter Noorlander: London libel ruling against Ethiopian dissident shows urgent need for reform

Has Lord McAlpine been the victim of a crime?

Padraig Reidy: Has Lord McAlpine been the victim of a crime?

Freedom of expression: Is Cameron getting it right?

Kirsty Hughes: Freedom of expression: Is Cameron getting it right?

Dara Ó Briain on libel reform

Dara Ó Briain on libel reform

Brian Cox on libel reform

Brian Cox on libel reform

MacShane calls for end to corporate libel bullying

Jo Glanville: MacShane calls for end to corporate libel bullying