Sir Cliff Richard says that the Algarve home helped him 'survive great despair' after his Sunningdale, Berkshire, was raided by police in August 2014 in connection with false allegations of sex abuse. MailOnline
Sir Cliff Richard, 76, spent £280,000 defending his reputation after the BBC revealed he was a child sex abuse suspect. His bills were disclosed in documents detailing legal action against the BBC. MailOnline
Preparations are underway to welcome legendary singer Sir Cliff Richard, who will be heading to South Derbyshire later on this month. The Summer Holiday singer will be touring some of the most.. Burton Mail
Like Dame Helen Mirren, Sir Cliff Richard and Yorkshire Tea, Guy Martin has become somewhat of a national treasure in recent years. His daring escapades coupled with an affable personality have helped.. Grimsby Telegraph
Cliff Richard has settled his legal battle with the police [ITV] The star had been suing the police force, as well as the BBC for the coverage of the raid at his apartment during the investigation. Sir.. OK!
Sir Cliff Richard and South Yorkshire Police have settled a legal fight which started when the singer sued the force and the BBC over reports naming him as a suspected sex offender. MailOnline Also reported by •Telegraph.co.uk