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In the next 12 months, Prince Harry will be launching multiple lawsuits against multiple newspapers, as part of what he describes as his ‘life’s work’ to reform the British media.
He is accusing some of the country's most popular newspapers of hacking phones, tracking cars and even bugging hotel rooms in order to get stories and photographs of him and his family and friends.
On the Sky News Daily, Sally Lockwood speaks to royal correspondent Laura Bundock about the accusations, and Graham Johnson, who ‘blew the whistle’ on phone-hacking at the Sunday Mirror in 2014, on why he believes some newspapers thought it was worth breaking the law to get the scoop.
Podcast producer: Rosie Gillott
Editor: Philly Beaumont