Tuesday, 26 May 2009

Damages follow apology

Three and a half months ago, the Mail apologised to four women it claimed we're superficial in the article 'How women are so afraid of losing their careers or their figures they're choosing adoption over childbirth.'

Now the paper has agreed to pay £10,000 in libel damages to three of the women and 'the Mail had accepted the allegations were "untrue and should never have been published"'.

How generous of them.

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