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The Writ That Went to My Heart

The Writ That Went to My Heart

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When the world was plagued with toxic waste, I led a campaign to stop it coming to Pontypool near my home. Newspapers and broadcasters were sued by the company that attracted a large share of the world's worst chemical waste. In connection with a BBC interview in the battle against Canadian toxic waste, I also received a writ. Following a four-year fight, I became the only unscathed survivor of a libel writ from ReChem. When I walked from the High Court in 1993 I was still campaigning...
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