“Factual inaccuracy

We are instructed by Mr Lachaux… that each of the allegations that go to make up the defamatory meaning specified above is substantially untrue and constitutes a serious factual inaccuracy concerning himself. Without prejudice to the burden of proof on the issue of truth (which in cases of defamation is on the publisher), we make the following observations:

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