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Mail on Sunday to apologise to Rushdie
28.08.08 | Philip Jones
The Mail on Sunday will apologise to Sir Salman Rushdie for publishing allegations contained in a discredited book written by a former policeman once involved in the Man Booker prize-winning author's protection, reports the Guardian.
Rushdie won a libel battle against the book, On Her Majesty's Service, at the High Court in London earlier this week. The book's author, Ron Evans, ghostwriter Douglas Thompson and John Blake Publishing admitted 11 counts of falsehood in the High Court.
The Mail on Sunday, which published an extract of the book as the lead story in its Mail on Sunday features section, will report on the libel case and will also issue its own apology to Rushdie for running the extract.