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Libel law reform could pose a serious test for Lord Justice Leveson

The proposed defamation bill will force claimants to show ‘serious harm’ has been done to their reputations. Perhaps it’s a test that Leveson could make use of in press regulation. The serious question henceforth will be: what hurts, apart from your pride and bank balance? Has a corporation, howling libel, lost business?? Has a family

“Fair access to justice or undermining vulnerable defendants”

With the speed of sentencing those who committed atrocities in last summer’s London riots, there is a chance those vulnerable defendants will find themselves caught up in what has been seen as the judiciaries “hard-line” approach to crime. Although acting as a deterrent.  There is a risk defendants with learning difficulties and mental health problems

Justice or undermining vulnerable defendants

With the speed of sentencing those who committed atrocities in last summer’s London riots, there is a chance those vulnerable defendants will find themselves caught up in what has been seen as the judiciaries “hard-line” approach to crime. Although acting as a deterrent. There is a risk defendants with learning difficulties and mental health problems