Supreme Court of Gibraltar awards £20k damages to CM

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Fabian Picardo, Gibraltar's chief minister, has been awarded damages of £20,000 by the Supreme Court of Gibraltar against Augustin Rosety Fernandez de Castro, a Vox party member in Spain's Parliament, over a series of Tweets. In a statement published by HM Government of Gibraltar, it said: "The chief minister took action against the publication in Gibraltar of a series of Tweets that were highly defamatory, untrue statements relating to Mr Picardo in relation to his role as chief minister of Her Majesty's Government of Gibraltar." "All monies recovered will be donated to a Gibraltar c...

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