The phone-hacking saga has just been given a new lease of life after a judge ruled that Prince Harry can take the Daily Mail to court over claims that it used ‘unlawful information gathering’ in stories about him. The newspaper has never been involved in the historic hacking claims, and said evidence to the contrary assembled by the Duke of Sussex and six other high-profile claimants was ropey and that it was brought ‘far too late’ for the trial to take place.
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