Despite repeated promises made by government, there has been no new legislation to crack down on the growing use of Slapps and no timetable either. The Economic Crime Bill is our opportunity to change this. This week the House of Lords will scrutinise the bill and later will consider much-needed improvements. These could include empowering courts to dismiss cases which are found to obstruct the publication of information that is relevant to exposing economic crime.
If you libel a rich person about money then fuck ’em, why should they have the protection of the law, bastards.
Seems less supportable when properly defined, doesn’t it?