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Developer McKillen sues Channel Island newspaper Title is part-controlled by billionaire Barclay twins

24th December, 2014
Paddy McKillen is suing the Sark Newspaper, which is published on the Channel Island

A small, autonomous island 25 miles off the coast of Normandy in France, three miles long and a mile-and-a-half wide, is the unlikely home of the latest legal challenge by Paddy McKillen.

The Belfast tycoon is taking a libel case against the Sark Newspaper, a local bulletin published on the island of Sark in the English Channel, which is part-controlled by the Barclay twins, billionaires Frederick and David. Johnsons Solicitors in Belfast is representing McKillen. The...

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