The Sun

This morning, The Sun has apologised. (PDF)

8 comments ↓

#1 Lloyd on 10.28.09 at 12:53 pm

Good news, Tom. But…. Carter-Ruck?

#2 Mike Hobday on 10.28.09 at 10:55 pm

Well done!

#3 Dan on 10.29.09 at 8:06 am

Kerching! They really need better lawyers. Plonkers. ;o)

Justice was done.

#4 RobT on 10.29.09 at 7:22 pm

Well done Tom. I doubt the apology will get the same column inches compared to the lies they originally published.

#5 ThePickards » Council Resigns After Blogger Criticism on 10.30.09 at 1:08 am

[...] telling stuff which turns out not to be true, you have to pay the penalty (as Damien McBride and The Sun have found out [...]

#6 John-Paul on 11.03.09 at 6:44 pm

Its a shame you used Carter-Ruck.

#7 Shaun Hollingworth on 11.10.09 at 1:57 pm

I believe the UK Libel laws need an urgent overhaul.
Are you aware Mr. Watson, that the USA are now threatening to block our websites, and refuse to allow their newspapers here because of libel tourism ?

http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/2009/nov/09/britain-libel-laws-foreign-media

I don’t think winning a libel case, under the present regime is anything AT ALL to smile about, or even to boast about considering how the rest of the free (really free) world looks upon us.

#8 Quietzapple on 11.13.09 at 7:36 pm

You might have employed a skywriter . . .

. . . I might have felt sorry for them in their humiliation, I could have spared a nanosec I’m sure . . .

Is it true they have lost 150,000 copies in the past few months?

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