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Lords to debate libel reforms

The House of Lords will debate changes to libel laws as it considers the Defamation Bill today. The Government has already determined to overturn an amendment passed by peers to create a new press regulatory body with voluntary membership; papers who joined would suffer reduced damages and costs in defamation cases.

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