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Case Law: Brown v Bower, Judge rejects parties’ agreement as to what is defamatory – Emma Foubister

In the case of Brown v Bower [2017] EWHC 2637, the High Court considered the proper application of the repetition rule in determining the meaning of a statement about an MP in a book about the Blair government. Nicklin J made interesting observations about whether the statement was defamatory and the effect of the parties’ agreement that it was. Continue reading

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