Collyer Bristow defends Boris against Bob Crow claim

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  • Would be entertaining if they run with the 'truth' or 'honestly held belief' defences...

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  • so where is the libel?

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  • is the union paying Crow's legal fees? If not, how does a tube driver afford this kind of legal advice?

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  • How can this possibly be classed as libel, I would have put his name at the top of the list of things trying to cause grave harm to Londoners. Unfortunately he also succeeds time and again.

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  • How does the Mayor afford this type of legal advice, are all Londoners paying for it? Or is the Mayor himself paying as he happens to be personally minted?

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  • @Anonymous 12.11pm I don't suppose the mayor has a choice in taking this type of advice, he is being sued. Its probably still cheaper to pay the costs of a defence, if you think you can win- and he does have the truth and honestly held belief defences as pointed out above, than just to shell out the damages. If i had a choice, I'd rather that Londoners pay Boris' defence fees than pay even more to Bon Crow, he's taken us for a ride for toomany years now.

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  • Anon 2.02pm 14 May. Love the pun - but as a matter of fact Bob Crow has never taken us for a ride he actively prevents it by organising strikes for bonuses (sorry - for safety reasons) which is precisely why I despise him.

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