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Charlotte Church phone-hacking claim settled for £600,000

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Charlotte Church phone-hacking claim settled for £600,000

Guardian – 2012-02-27

• Singer and parents receive damages and costs from NI• Court hears how mother forced to tell NoW of suicide attempt • US representatives' phone numbers found in Mulcaire's notesCharlotte Church and her parents have settled their phone-hacking claim against News of the World publisher, News International, in an agreement worth £600,000 in damages and costs, the high court has heard.A statement agreed by the singer and the publisher of the now defunct newspaper read out at the high court...
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