Bowes sues Gript duo over ‘homophobe’ claims in article
The businessman, who supplied information about Leo Varadkar’s leaking of a draft GP contract, is seeking damages and an apology from Gript
The businessman who supplied the information about Leo Varadkar’s leaking of a draft GP contract is taking a High Court defamation case against John McGuirk and Gary Kavanagh, who run the online site Gript.
Chay Bowes is seeking damages, an apology and the deletion of an article published on Gript, a news site on November 7, 2020.
The article analysed in detail tweets that came from the Twitter account @questionitall71, which Gript claims is operated...
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