Prince Harry has settled the remaining parts of his phone hacking claim against Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN), the publisher of the Daily Mirror, after previously winning a substantial part of his case and damages against the publication in December. In a statement read outside the court by his lawyer, he stated that Mirror Group had conceded the rest of his claim, which would have consisted of two further trials, additional evidence, and 115 more articles. The statement also called for the authorities to uphold the rule of law and prove that no one is above it, including former editor Piers Morgan, who was held responsible by the judge for his knowledge of the wrongdoings at the Daily Mirror.
Sky News posted a video interview with Piers Morgan, responding to Prince Harry.
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