When looking for a defamatory meaning, the court should adopt a neutral approach
Laws, King, Lindblom LJJ
 EWCA Civ 772,  EMLR 26
England and Wales
Cited – Monroe v Hopkins QBD 10-Mar-2017
The claimant, a transgender chef and food blogger claimed in defamation against the defendant journalist in respect of two tweets. The court now set out to decide the meanings, whether they were defamatory by nature, and whether the serious harm . .
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Updated: 20 January 2022; Ref: scu.567677