Turcu v News Group Newspaper Ltd: CA 26 May 2006

The appellant had failed in his action for damages against the newspaper which had accused him of a plot to kidnap the wife of an England footballer. He now sought leave to appeal.
Held: Evidence unavailable at the trial now suggested that the journalist may have been involved in the manufacture of the plot and that the claimant’s part never rose above initial discussions. Leave was granted.
Rix, Moses LJJ
[2006] EWCA Civ 955
Bailii
England and Wales
Citing:
CitedRoe and Another v Robert McGregor and Sons Ltd; Bills v Roe CA 1968
The plaintiff was driving a van at night. He didn’t see a ‘road closed’ sign erected by the defendant contractors, and proceede down a 30 ft bank injuring himself and his passenger. He said the contractors’ the sign was inadequate and that he had . .
Appeal fromTurcu v News Group Newspapers Ltd QBD 4-May-2005
Chilling effect of defamation costs structures
Eady J said: ‘The claimant in these proceedings is seeking damages against News Group Newspapers Ltd, as publishers of The News of the World, in respect of articles appearing in the editions of that newspaper dated 3 November 2002 . . He issued his . .

Cited by:
CitedRothschild v Associated Newspapers Ltd QBD 10-Feb-2012
rothschild_anQBD2012
The claimant said that an article published by the defendant was defamatory. He said that the article implied that in his business associations he had put others at risk to their reputations.
Held: The action failed. The words were indeed . .

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