Prince Harry arrives at court to testify in landmark phone-hacking case
Prince Harry arrives at London High Court for showdown with UK’s Daily Mirror
Prince Harry has arrived at the High Court in London where he is arriving to testify against the British tabloid, Daily Mirror, after accusing its staff of phone hacking and other unlawful reporting. The exiled royal is suing Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) for damages, claiming its journalists opted for unethical methods to obtain information, as well as using private investigators and phone-hacking tactics. Harry is set to testify at around 10:30 a.m. local time. He is expected to spend a full day in the witness box on Tuesday, as well as at least half a day on Wednesday.
Who is Prince Harry suing?
Prince Harry is suing Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN) for damages.
What is Prince Harry accusing the Mirror Group of?
Prince Harry is accusing the Mirror Group of phone hacking and other unlawful reporting.
What time is Prince Harry expected to testify?
Prince Harry is set to testify at around 10:30 a.m. local time.
How long is Prince Harry expected to spend in the witness box?
Prince Harry is expected to spend a full day in the witness box on Tuesday, as well as at least half a day on Wednesday.
What is the case against Mirror Group?
The case against Mirror Group is the first of Harry’s multiple lawsuits against the media to go to trial — and one of three alleging tabloid publishers unlawfully snooped on him.
What did Harry’s lawyer say about his relationship with Prince William?
David Sherborne, Harry’s lawyer, told the court that the duke’s relationship with his brother, Prince William, suffered “mistrust” at the hands of the Mirror publisher.