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While SA waits for the Constitutional Court’s decision on a particularly pernicious threat to free speech, the UK government plans to introduce new laws to deal with the same problem — strategic lawsuits against public protection, or Slapps.

Introducing his plans, UK deputy prime minister and secretary of state for justice Dominic Raab described Slapps as a growing threat to freedom of speech and a free press...

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