BREAKING: Dr Christian Jessen to pay £125k damages to Arlene Foster

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Northern Ireland’s outgoing First Minister Arlene Foster has been awarded £125,000 damages following a defamatory tweet by TV presenter Dr Christian Jessen.

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https://news.sky.com/story/embarrassing-bodies-dr-christian-jessen-ordered-to-pay-arlene-foster-125-000-over-defamatory-tweet-12318365

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