Trump in breach of £300k legal costs in rejected UK data protection case

07/06/2024 | Sky News

Donald Trump has failed to comply with a High Court in London order to pay £300,000 in legal costs to Christopher Steele, the former MI6 agent who compiled a dossier alleging Russian interference in the 2016 US election. 

In February, the High Court ordered Trump to pay costs after it ruled that his claim had been made outside the six-year period of limitations and that he had no reasonable grounds for bringing a claim for compensation or damages. Despite paying £10,000 to the court as security against costs, Trump has not paid the full amount, leading to a breach of the court order. 

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