This is going to be a critical autumn for freedom of speech

Credits: The Telegraph
By: Jo Glanville

'On Wednesday, sooner than anyone anticipated, the defamation bill returns to the House of Commons for report stage and its third reading, before heading to the House of Lords for its further progress through Parliament. Along the way, it’s likely to collide with the publication of the Leveson Inquiry’s report. The final shape of the bill and the recommendations of the inquiry will not only have an impact on the press, but on anyone who writes or shares information – on or offline.'

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