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Yet more libel reform

Kevin Marsh | Friday 14 January 2011, 19:04

In case there's anyone out there who's anxious about libel reform - you will be, you will be - here's the video of my contribution to the Media Standards Trust debate at Gray's Inn on 11 January.
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