Kennedy would go on to become the only gentile member of the Anti-Defamation League’s postwar effort to smite bigotry.
I wish to protest to the House about the defamation of Poles and of Poland as a whole.
I am very happy to accept the suggestion to change the word ‘defiling’ to ‘defamation’.
2. false information and defamation should be matters of criminal liability;
How are we going to manage defamation in the context of a globalised and dematerialised press?
It indicates what is acceptable in achieving a balance between freedom of expression and the rights of the victims of defamation.
Journalists, human rights activists and trade unionists are also arrested on charges of defamation.
in writing. - I voted to waive the parliamentary immunity of Ágnes Hankiss, accused of defamation.
Let us beware of eccentricities that amount to defamation.
Like you, Mrs Wallis, I regret the absence of special rules on defamation in the Council common position.
an abusive attack on a person's character or good name: aspersion, attack, denigration, slander, calumny
a false accusation of an offense or a malicious misrepresentation of someone's words or actions: obloquy, character assassination, malignment, derogation, name, smear, assassination, epithet, slander, disparagement, name calling, hatchet job, libel, depreciation, calumniation, traducement, calumny, vilification, blackwash, names