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# Daily Mirror

1st December 2023
Brexit backer James Dyson loses libel claim against Daily Mirror publisher
The inventor appeared at the Royal Courts of Justice in last month.
This year
Prince Harry due at High Court today for his claim against Mirror publisher
Harry claims Mirror Group Newspapers were linked to phone hacking and ‘blagging’.
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No causal link between officers' actions and Caroline Flack’s death, police watchdog finds
Officers last had contact with the 40-year-old when she was arrested for an alleged assault on her boyfriend in December 2019.
Prince Harry sues the Sun and Daily Mirror over alleged phone hacking
It comes in the same week the Duchess of Sussex sued the Mail on Sunday.
Hugh Grant settles phone-hacking damages against UK newspapers
It’s been reported that the case was settled for a six-figure sum.
Has Wayne Rooney lived up to his potential?
The Manchester United and England captain is no longer be the force of nature of his teens.
British press unimpressed by Mourinho's 'toxic' Chelsea
“We’re supposed to be the richest league in the world with some of the best players,” Jamie Carragher said. “We are miles away and we’re getting kidded.”
This mother still breastfeeds her six-year-old daughter, and the internet is going crazy
Yes, you read that right – six.
BBC issues "final warning" to Jeremy Clarkson after racism allegations
The presenter is accused of reciting a racist rhyme during the filming of Top Gear.
The Sunderland player ratings in the Mirror are brutally, brutally honest
Harsh — but fair?
Ryanair drops legal action after newspaper apologises
However the airline is still taking defamation cases against Channel 4 and two other newspapers over its claims about Ryanair’s fuel and safety policy.
Mirror papers hit with legal action over alleged phone-hacking
Sven-Goran Eriksson and others are suing the paper over unauthorised access of their phone voicemail inboxes.
Frankie Boyle wins £54k in libel case against Daily Mirror
Frankie Boyle won damages over an article in the Daily Mirror which described him as a “racist comedian”.
Wait, that's the other team! Papers print wrong Olympic photo
Somebody will be apologising fulsomely this morning.
Heard at Leveson: Piers Morgan taught Jeremy Paxman how to hack phones
The tutorial happened at a lunch attended by Ulrika Johnson – who was teased by the tabloid editor about her relationship with the then English football manager Sven-Göran Eriksson.
Mystery solved: here's how Aguero got his 'stupid' injury
After much debate on Twitter, the cause of the Argentinian’s problems has finally been revealed.
'Sorry' messages from Paul McCartney were hacked, says Heather Mills
McCartney’s ex-wife told the Leveson inquiry that a reporter had details of the ex-Beatle’s calls begging her for forgiveness.
Piers Morgan denies presiding over phone hacking at Daily Mirror
Morgan said he was only aware of “about five per cent” of what his reporters were doing while he was editor.
Mirror journalists: we weren't involved in hacking
The senior editorial executives at the Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror gave written guarantees to their publisher.
Daily Mail publisher to review procedures following hacking scandal
Meanwhile former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan is under increasing pressure to return home from the US, in the wake of hacking allegations by Heather Mills.
Mirror group ‘to review procedures’ in wake of phone-hacking scandal
Trinity Mirror denies involvement in phone-hacking, though a New York Times report has implicated five journalists.
Daily Mirror wins European appeal over Campbell damages
The Daily Mirror wins its argument that being made to pay Naomi Campbell’s legal “success fees” is unlawful.