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Thursday, March 20, 2008

What the McCann Apology Means For British Law and Journalism

Here's additional coverage of the McCann libel apology from Clare Dyer, with a piece explaining why the award was so high, from the Guardian on whether the McCanns may sue other newspapers over stories about their involvement in Madeleine's disappearance, from the Guardian on the victimization of Gerry and Kate McCann, from Mark Lawson of the Guardian on why the Express papers will probably continue to publish misleading stories, and from Edgar Forbes on the failure of the Press Complaints Commission.

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