nothing illegal when it's reporting what she did https://t.co/zQQp8IMgfs— MahdDogg (@MahdDogg) June 5, 2017
Jess Phillips was considering taking legal action against anti-feminists.
So this misogyny is being put through doors is Yardley. Lawyer up people pic.twitter.com/yoPX56KLxO— Jess Phillips (@jessphillips) June 5, 2017
I think it's probably defensible as fair comment under 1996 Defamation Act, as it's clearly recognisable as opinion, and the quotes are real— Rick Burin (@rickburin) June 5, 2017
She's not going to test it in court. It'd draw attention to her awful reaction to the idea of a men's day— Etienne de Montfort (@2cruel4skool) June 5, 2017