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Algerian peter

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Woolwell

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I think that namtas' version is correct. A recording of an interview with the solicitor on the World at One on Radio 4 contains that information audioboo

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morddwyd

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"Does that mean that nobody can repeat what someone told them or they may also be sued for liable."

In effect, yes.

If Brumas calls me a lying cheat, and the Sun publishes it, they would not be able to defend my lawsuit by saying "Brumas said it first".

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Bing.alau

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But they would if it were true?

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Brumas

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morddwyd as if ;o}

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Brumas

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Bing.alau, leave him alone, he's lead a sheltered life (he was a crab)! ;o}

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Aitchbee

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All this to-ing & fro-ing speech 'goes on' down at my local ... thank goodness nothing becomes if it ... [ the to-ing and fro-ing] that is.

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