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Broughton and RBS, as part of this ruling, have been given the all clear to sue the pants of him if he keeps repeating his 'epic swindle' claims. Which is nice.It was always a long shot. Thank God.
I suggest Liverpool counter-sue for defamation over the past couple of years.
Would love to see that **** penniless.
A number of news outlets need to hire someone who can read a judgement. Though one does wonder whether Sky has an agenda here because no-one can be dense enough to read that judgement in a way which would suggest Hicks has the right to sue. He has the right to ask for more information (discovery), but any legal action must be taken in the UK as the judgement hammered home several times.I swear it said he won the right to sue RBS on Sky Sports News earlier.. Maybe I'm wrong XD
He asked permission of the judge in Britain and got his answer today. The judge laughed for ten minutes, wiped the tears from his eyes and said, 'No".Isn't the title of this thread wrong ? I'm pretty sure I heard on sky sports and correct me if I'm wrong but that he could sue but he would have to come over to the UK first and ask a judge for permission to sue abroad..? I'm certain that's what they said on SSN
Dunno what I was listening to then XD from what I had gathered he was allowed to sue but had to ask thats all I had heard owell HAHA to himHe asked permission of the judge in Britain and got his answer today. The judge laughed for ten minutes, wiped the tears from his eyes and said, 'No".