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BBC Cliff Richard raid coverage was 'invasion of privacy'

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Thursday, 12 April 2018 ()

BBC Cliff Richard raid coverage was 'invasion of privacy'BBC Local News: Sheffield and South Yorkshire -- Singer was not charged with any offence and says broadcast of police raid caused "profound" damage.
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News video: Sir Cliff Richard fights the BBC

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Sir Cliff Richard has arrived at the Rolls Building in London, where a High Court judge has been hearing evidence in a legal battle between the singer and the BBC. His lawyers told a High Court judge that the he should get "very substantial" compensation because BBC coverage of a police raid on his...

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News video: Sir Cliff Richard thanks supporters after leaving court

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Sir Cliff Richard returned to court today, as his battle against the BBC over its coverage of a police raid on his home concluded its third day. The 77-year-old singer claims footage of the raid,..
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