A food blogger has won £24,000 damages in a libel case against Daily Mail columnist Katie Hopkins.
As we reported earlier, Jack Monroe, from Leigh-on-Sea, sued Hopkins over two war memorial tweets she said caused "serious harm" to her reputation.
Hopkins, who rose to prominence as a contestant on the BBC's The Apprentice show, posted a message in May 2015 asking if Ms Monroe had "scrawled on any memorials recently".
Ms Monroe said that meant she had either vandalised a war memorial or "condoned or approved" of it.
The case arose after Twitter users highlighted the daubing of a London memorial to the women of World War Two with profanities directed at the Conservative Party during an anti-austerity demonstration.
Jonathan Price, for Hopkins, told the High Court judge her case was "this relatively trivial dispute arose and was resolved on Twitter in a period of several hours".