Episode 39: Piers Morgan, hacking and the unseemly side of journalism

The intrusions into the private lives of celebrities rehashed by the phone hacking case brought by Prince Harry against Mirror Group Newspapers represent a “dreadful low” in the history of British journalism, says Mihir Bose.

The High Court ruled that Harry was a victim of phone hacking on multiple occasions, as were his friends. Former BBC Sports News editor Mihir discusses the “cheap and tawdry” tactics of their fellow hacks with Economics Editor of the Sunday Times David Smith and political analyst Nigel Dudley in this week’s Three Old Hacks podcast.

Thank you to Bill Kay for writing in and you can view his full letter by clicking here.

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