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Telegraph apologises and pays out in Dr Al-Haddad “apes and pigs” libel claim

Leading UK Imam and Scholar Dr Haitham Al-Haddad has succeeded in his three-year libel battle against the Telegraph over claims that he preached that Jews were descended from apes and pigs. In terms of settlement filed in the High Court […]


BBC publishes retraction of Andrew Neil/This Week claim that UK Imam believes Jews are descended from pigs

The BBC has published a retraction of a statement made by BBC presenter Andrew Neil on BBC1’s This Week about a nationally and internationally prominent UK scholar, academic and jurist, Dr Haitham al-Haddad. Mr Neil had stated on This Week […]


Going For Jackpot Damages Can Be An Expensive Risk

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  Marathon Asset Management LLP v Seddon & Ors [2017] EWHC 479 (Comm) Earlier in the year you may have seen reference to the case Marathon Asset Management LLP v Seddon in the news recently.  It is not often that civil dispute […]


A Victory For The Rule of Law – Supreme Court Declares Employment Tribunal Fees Unlawful

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A Victory For The Rule of Law – Supreme Court Declares Employment Tribunal Fees Unlawful Employees who have been hindered from bringing a claim against their employer in the Employment Tribunal because they cannot afford the fees were handed an […]


Snow, Ski, Sprain

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Snow, Ski, Sprain Ski season- for most people, January, February, March and early April find there is nothing some exciting adventure and the one thing that many of us look forward to is to ski! Sun, snow and speed; and […]


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