10m legal battle with Donald Trump over radicalisation claims A Londoner has lost a 10 million legal battle with Donald ray ban new models Trump over his controversial claims that parts of the city are so radicalised that police are afraid to go there. Kamran Malik, and his east London based Communities United Party, were seeking 10 million damages against the US presidential candidate for allegedly defaming Muslims living in the Green Street and Romford Road area of Forest Gate. In a bid to justify his comments last December that Muslims should be barred from entering the US, Mr Trump said parts of London and Paris were so "radicalised" that police officers were scared. Mr Malik said that Mr Trump's comments had the potential to affect the trust and confidence that Muslims in his part of London had built with non Muslim friends and business partners. He wanted permission to proceed with his claim by serving Mr Trump out of the jurisdiction in the USA or deeming him to have been served in Scotland at his Turnberry golf course business. On Thursday at London's High Court, Master Victoria McCloud ruled that Mr Malik's case was rb sunglasses online not actionable. She said that Mr Trump's comments were not capable of being the subject of a defamation claim "even if what was said by him caused real upset and a sense of injustice to ray ban sunglasses latest a section of the London community more widely. "It is important that in dismissing this case this court is not understood to be endorsing or making any judgment on the merits of comments such as those in this case which have already been roundly condemned by among other people both the former Prime Minister and the Mayor of London." She said there were breaches of procedural and legal requirements in how the defamation case was put and Mr Malik's claims under the European Convention on Human Rights, the Equality Act and the Racial and Religious Hatred Act also failed for legal reasons. She added that even if the case was not struck out, she ray ban aviator rb3025 would have refused permission on the basis that the claim did not have a reasonable prospect of success. Mr Malik, who was not in court, was ordered to pay 35,000 costs and refused permission to appeal although he can re apply to the Court of Appeal. Click the Adblock/Adblock Plus icon, which is to the right of your address bar.
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