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Newsletter 41: Happy New Year – Here’s to a libel-reforming, quack-busting, Higgs-hunting 2011

You can read this newsletter online. 1. Libel Case Over – a story with a happy ending … almost 2. Future newsletters and twitter 3. Uncaged Monkey Tour 4. Skeptics in the Pub 5. Overseas books 6. Old Competition Winner […]

Newsletter 40: No more newsletters about libel reform

1. Back at the High Court – final update 2. The Magic of Computer Science 3. Nine Lessons DVD 4. Skeptics in the Pub 5. Kitchen Physics – invisibility in a bowl 6. Old Competition Winner 7. New Competition Puzzle […]

Newsletter 39: Festive Newsletter

1. Christmas tricks on Youtube 2. Spooky Illusions 3. CERN pop-up book 4. Hammersmith show on Sunday 5. Christmas fundraising gifts 6. 2010 will be a big year 7. Old Competition Winner 8. New Competition Puzzle 1. Christmas tricks on […]

Newsletter 38

Please sign up at www.libelreform.org I am hoping to send out a proper newsletter later this week, but in the meantime I have an urgent and important request. It has been 18 months since I was sued for libel after […]

Newsletter 37: Application to Appeal (again) on Wednesday

1. Application to Appeal 2. Twitter 3. TAM London 4. Spanish Castle Illusion 5. Out and About 6. Old Competition Winner 7. New Competition Puzzle 1. Application to Appeal I am back at the High Court on Wednesday 14 October. […]

Newsletter 36: Application to Appeal Rejected

1. Application to Appeal Rejected 2. Back from Oz 3. Camden Festival 4. Skeptics in Love 1. Application to Appeal Rejected For everyone following my libel case, the bad news is that my application to appeal seems to have been […]

Newsletter 35: Festival of Ideas

1. Application to Appeal 2. Heading Down Under 3. “Dissing science is like…” 4. Old Competition Winner 5. New Competition Puzzle 1. Application to Appeal Unlike recent newsletters, I will try to avoid filling this one with lots of tedious […]

Newsletter 34: I will apply to the Court of Appeal on Monday

1. Court of Appeal and Campaign Launch I am glad to say that on Monday I will apply to the Court of Appeal in an attempt to overturn the recent negative ruling on meaning in my libel case with the […]

Newsletter 33: Simon Singh v British Chiropractic Association & Justice Eady’s ruling on meaning

I apologise for the silence since last week’s bad news at the High Court, but at last I have been able to take stock of the situation and write a quick update. It has been over a year since I […]

Newsletter 32: Preliminary hearing starts tomorrow

Apologies for the second newsletter in a week, but this is just a very quick note about the preliminary hearing of my libel case which starts on Thursday 7 May. Simon Singh v The British Chiropractic Association (BCA). What will […]