Thursday, May 21, 2015

A question of scale

Alan Yentob, who told the Mirror-hacking civil court that he felt "violated on a truly massive scale" by their actions, has been awarded £85,000 in damages. This puts him in seventh place in cash terms of the eight claimants, just above former flight attendant Lauren Alcorn - the Sunday Mirror revealed her affair with Rio Ferdinand as a result of intercepting messages.

The judgement says Alan's phone was hacked twice a day for seven years - but no stories were published about him.

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