Press intrusion

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Why has Hugh Grant settled his phone hacking claim against the Sun?
The actor said he wanted to fight on – but the size of an offer from News Group made it financially risky to continue

Jim Waterson

17, Apr, 2024 @2:29 PM

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Prince Harry statement in full: ‘Mirror Group have finally conceded’
Statement read by Duke of Sussex’s lawyer after he settled rest of phone-hacking claim against newspaper group

09, Feb, 2024 @3:54 PM

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After Harry’s phone hacking victory, is it last orders for tabloid top brass?
Some commentators now believe that the duke’s crusade against the popular press will finally bring about a reckoning

Vanessa Thorpe Arts and media correspondent

17, Dec, 2023 @12:00 PM

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The Observer view on Prince Harry’s court victory over Mirror Group Newspapers | Observer editorial
In his continuing campaign to bring the press to account for phone hacking, the Duke of Sussex may succeed where Leveson’s inquiry failed

Observer editorial

17, Dec, 2023 @6:30 AM

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The press faces a moment of peril. It can’t just shrug and move on | Jane Martinson
Early responses to the Prince Harry verdict suggest that lessons have not been learned

Jane Martinson

16, Dec, 2023 @7:00 PM

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Steve Coogan: phone-hacking ruling reveals ‘systemic concealment’
Actor and comedian says Prince Harry’s partial high court win shows need for tighter press regulation

Clea Skopeliti

16, Dec, 2023 @11:15 AM

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Which Mirror bosses knew about phone hacking, according to Prince Harry ruling?
Judge names several former editors and executives in judgment that finds unlawful information gathering was widespread

Alexandra Topping

15, Dec, 2023 @6:07 PM

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7/7 ‘woman in the mask’ and ex-minister settle News UK phone-hacking claims
Davinia Douglass and Chris Huhne among claimants to receive damages from publisher of the Sun and News of the World

Alexandra Topping

05, Dec, 2023 @6:04 PM

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Robbie Williams’s tale is one of tabloid vitriol, but our dark obsession with celebrity lingers still | Elle Hunt
The documentary series about the troubled singer shows that, while the heyday of the paparazzi is over, pop stars are still prey to intrusion, says journalist Elle Hunt

Elle Hunt

08, Nov, 2023 @4:16 PM

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Power and scandal: how Murdoch drove the UK, US and Australia to the right
He built a global conservative media empire, but the phone-hacking scandal and Dominion libel action almost undid the divisive mogul

Dan Sabbagh

21, Sep, 2023 @8:14 PM

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Kansas paper raid shines light on rising anti-media rhetoric in US
Incident charts a disturbing spike in intimidation and violence toward journalists following hateful bombast from politicians

Richard Luscombe

18, Aug, 2023 @10:30 AM

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BBC’s week of scandal: from the Sun’s claims to naming of Huw Edwards
One week after tabloid first published claims about a then unnamed presenter, the facts remain difficult to unpick

Esther Addley

14, Jul, 2023 @2:00 PM

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