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Simon Singh To Appeal In UK Court Today 213

Posted by kdawson
from the words-you-never-heard-in-the-bible dept.
TACD writes "Simon Singh, author, television presenter and known critic of pseudoscience, is in court today appealing the decision made against him last May over his use of the term 'bogus' to describe the methods used by the British Chiropractic Association. Today's decision could have far-reaching implications for the movement to reform Britain's horrifically outdated libel laws (that even America is making moves to protect its citizens against), and to begin taking steps to elevate Britain above the likes of China when it comes to open debate and freedom of speech."
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Simon Singh To Appeal In UK Court Today

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