Prince Harry’s libel case against publisher ‘built on sand’, London court told
UK's Prince Harry's libel case against publisher 'built on sand', London court told | Reuters
Harry told Queen: ‘We can’t afford private security until Meghan and I earn our own money’ | The Independent
Lizzie Robinson on Twitter: "At the High Court today for a hearing in the Duke of Sussex's libel claim against the publisher of The Mail on Sunday. Harry is suing Associated Newspapers Limited over an article about his separate High Court claim regarding his security arrangements in the UK. https://t.co/KjlB1RXpFd" / Twitter
R.S. Locke / Royal Suitor on Twitter: "“It places Prince Harry in the position of making accusations of serious criminal wrongdoing – including alleged involvement in voicemail hacking & other illegal private investigation – involving, in Mr Morgan, someone who’s also a strident public critic.” https://t.co/lYgQYuIr8E" / Twitter
Alexis( Trojan horse sowing discord in the west) on Twitter: "Prince Harry's case to be heard on May 9th.
The case centres on 148 articles published between 1996 & 2010 said to be unlawfully sourced through the use of phone tapping, phone hacking & data ‘blagging’or the obtaining of private information by deception. https://t.co/GV3k4ilL0l" / Twitter
Baroness Bruck on Twitter: "<[Mansey]in a request for comment email, provided -opportunity to “consider&correct the inaccuracies in the reporting elsewhere” by highlighting PA’s story ¬ing that its claim was not in the statement that had been provided to her, but -got no response>
https://t.co/7Xn6lFQ9oh" / Twitter
Prince Harry ‘could not afford private security without earning’
Prince Harry's libel case back in court as Mail on Sunday's publisher to set out defence | UK News | Sky News
Prince Harry's libel claim against the publishers of the Mail on Sunday is back in the High Court in London.
The Duke of Sussex won the first part of his legal challenge last year when a judge ruled an article about his security arrangements in the UK was defamatory.
Prince Harry sues Mail on libel claim for defamatory over security story | Sky News Australia
Prince Harry seeks libel win without trail against publisher: The case explained | World News - Hindustan Times
Prince Harry seeks summary judgement in Mail on Sunday defamation case - ABC News
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Prince Harry Sues Tabloid For Defamation Over Security Story | HuffPost Entertainment
UK's Prince Harry to seek Mail on Sunday libel win without trial
Prince Harry sues tabloid for defamation, attempts to avoid going to trial | Fox News
Prince Harry slammed 'good press' over decision to sue media outlets
Prince Harry 'whinged he could not afford private security to protect himself after quitting royal duties' | The Sun
Prince Harry sues tabloid for defamation over security story | AP News