The lawsuit brought against Daily Mail publisher, Associated Newspapers by Prince Harry, Elton John, and several other high-profile figures has gained significant media attention. The lawsuit alleges that Associated Newspapers was responsible for “abhorrent criminal activity and gross breaches of privacy” in its efforts to obtain personal information about celebrities.

Prince Harry and Elton John’s Lawsuit Against UK Tabloid Sparks Pre-Trial Hearings and Media Attention

The allegations in the lawsuit include placing eavesdropping devices in victims’ homes and cars, bugging phone calls, and paying police for information.

Prince Harry and Elton John were present in court, marking the beginning of four days of pre-trial hearings. While their appearance was not legally required, it fueled media coverage of the case, turning the press’s eye to the preliminary hearing.

Moreover, the presence of two high-profile figures in court, who are also known to have had their own negative experiences with tabloid media, generated even more attention.

The lawsuit is just one of three that Prince Harry has brought against major UK newspaper publishers, including Rupert Murdoch’s New Group Newspapers and Mirror Group Newspapers. The allegations, in this case, are all eerily reminiscent of the behavior that was exposed in the News of the World scandal, which ultimately resulted in Murdoch shuttering the popular newspaper and the UK launching a probe into press ethics.

It remains to be seen whether this case will result in such profound consequences, but if it does go to trial, it is safe to say that it will precisely be the type of trial that an outlet like the Daily Mail relishes in covering.

As the matter is gaining significant traction, Real Research, an online survey app, launched a survey on Prince Harry and Elton John’s high-profile lawsuit against the UK tabloid to gain insights into public opinion on the matter.

Hurry and answer the survey seeing public opinion on Prince Harry and Elton John’s lawsuit against UK tabloid on the Real Research app from April 05, 2023, and win 60 TNCs as a reward.

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Note: This survey is closed. You can view the results here – Associated Newspapers vs Prince Harry and Elton: 42.01% Predict Case Win.