Prince Harry wins phone-hacking case against the Mirror

15/12/2023 | Reuters

Prince Harry has won a significant victory in his legal battle against the British tabloids after the UK's High Court found that he had been subjected to phone hacking and other unlawful acts by Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) journalists. The court's ruling confirmed that there could be "no doubt" that Piers Morgan and other senior executives knew about the illegal surveillance activities. 

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