Daily Mail seeks to have privacy lawsuit thrown out

12/01/2023 | Reuters

The publisher of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday and MailOnline, Associated Newspapers, is seeking to have the legal challenge brought by several high-profile individuals dismissed. The publisher's application to end the litigation is based on a technicality in that the claims were brought out of time. The individuals involved in the case include Sir Elton John, the Duke of Sussex, Baroness Doreen Lawrence, along with actresses Sadie Frost and Elizabeth Hurley. 

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