Justice Secretary Jack Straw has announced a series of measures aimed at reforming U.K. libel laws and preventing so-called ‘libel tourism’.

Planned reforms announced Tuesday and put forward by the Ministry of Justice’s Libel Working Group include a measure intended to discourage foreign claimants from using English courts to make libel claims against non-EU publications that can be accessed in the U.K.

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