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In my opinion

By Steven | March 5, 2013

The UK’s Court of Appeal has once again overturned a High Court ruling that a publication was stating fact, not opinion.

The guidance that the courts give on this elusive distinction is so useless that it seems that often the only way to tell whether something is a statement of fact or opinion is to take the matter to court (and then appeal).

Topics: Defamation |

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