Restrictions on criticism of the government1 or monarchy2 will be permissible3 only in the most extreme circumstances4. Similarly, the level of acceptable criticism of politicians is wider than for private individuals5, provided it is made in good faith6. Restrictions on expression may be justified7 where criticism amounts to nothing more than a gratuitous personal attack
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