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  1. Prince Harry could 'invest too much' in court cases, claims expert

    By Gabrielle Wilde Prince Harry cannot amend his lawsuit against Rupert Murdoch's British tabloid newspapers to include allegations involving his wife Meghan and he and others cannot pursue claims against the media mogul himself, London's High Court ruled today. The prince and more
  2. Prince Harry is determined to fight on regardless of the financial burden - analysis by Cameron Walker

    By Svar Nanan-Sen Prince Harry’s latest litigation against a prominent British tabloid group not only targets the company itself but also individuals whom Harry has held personal grudges against for years. He thinks the likes of Rupert Murdoch and Rebekah Brooks, who have held powe
  3. Hugh Grant settles privacy lawsuit against publishers of The Sun

    By Michael Howie Hugh Grant has settled a High Court claim against the publisher of The Sun newspaper over allegations of unlawful information gathering, a judge has been told. The actor brought legal action against News Group Newspapers (NGN) in relation to The Sun only, alleging
  4. Prince Harry targets Rupert Murdoch in phone hacking lawsuit, alleges mogul was involved in a cover-up

    By Oliver Darcy, CNN Editor’s Note: A version of this article first appeared in the “Reliable Sources” newsletter. Sign up for the daily digest chronicling the evolving media landscape here. Rupert Murdoch is at risk of being personally dragged into another major lawsuit. Lawyers fo
  5. Prince Harry was victim of ‘extensive’ phone hacking, UK High Court rules

    By Caitlin Danaher and Lauren Said-Moorhouse, CNN The Duke of Sussex was awarded £140,600 ($179,000) on Friday after the UK High Court ruled he was the subject of “extensive” phone hacking by Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) from 2006 to 2011. Justice Fancourt ruled that 15 stories pu