The phone hacking hearing at the High Court in London, brought by Prince Harry and several other celebrities against News Group Newspapers (NGN), the owner of NGN, the owner of the Mirror, Sunday Mirror, and the Sunday People, resumed this week.
A number of articles were published throughout the week:
- What's at stake for Prince Harry as he gives evidence
- Judge frustrated as Prince Harry failed to attend court on Monday
- No one who has admitted phone hacking has said Prince Harry was targeted, the Mirror Group tells court
- Daily Mirror accused of hacking Diana’s phone over Michael Barrymore friendship
- Prince Harry's eight hours in witness box is a lot
- Prince Harry tells court there is hard evidence he was targeted
- Sky News has a minute-by-minute timeline of the hearing
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