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Proponents of the Defamation Act 2013 hailed it as a milestone for freedom of expression. In light of this, critically consider whether and to what extent the Act has the effect that is attributed to it.
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Before this, England was mainly seen as a claimant friendly nation. This is because when someone considered that his or her rights were being violated…
As of October 2013, most High Court judges had thrown out two dozens of cases brought forward by wealthy people or foreigners about claims published mostly by the media. This has curbed the behaviour of people of exploiting England courts. Throwing out most of the cases, Judges have described claimants endeavours as an abuse of law or process, claiming that it they were harming the England and Wales reputation by making their country seem like they do not respect peoples’ freedom of expression. Allowing such case to move on endangers unequal and needless interference with freedom of expression. Judges today are stressing that claimants have to present considerable harm to their repute in England courts in order for the suits to succeed. Otherwise, it would be a waste of time to take your claim to court. This is a significant ruling because it now prevents people for making use of the law when the matter is not that ...
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