ON MAY 21 Mr Justice Mann delivered a damning verdict on the Mirror group.
He found that its newspapers — the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and the People — had engaged in phone hacking and other illegal news-gathering on a massive scale.
In a test case at the High Court, he ordered the company to pay £1.2 million in damages to just eight victims.
Six of these — including the footballer Paul Gascoigne, BBC executive Alan Yentob and the actress Sadie Frost — were also hacked by reporters working for Piers Morgan during his 1995-2004 tenure as Daily Mirror editor.
Many more cases are in the pipeline.
Morgan himself has been interviewed under caution by detectives as part of Operation Golding, the Scotland Yard inquiry into phone hacking at the group.
Press Gangcontinues its investigation of the former tabloid editor with a revealing tale of the Daily Mirror’s intrusion…
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