Duke of Sussex appears as witness and claims reporters learned of meetings with TV star Caroline Flack through hacked voicemails

Prince Harry does not have a “single item” of evidence his phone was hacked by journalists working for Mirror Group Newspapers, the high court has heard.

Andrew Green KC, the Mirror’s barrister, admitted the company’s journalists hacked many other celebrities’ voicemails during the 2000s. But he insisted there is no hard evidence Harry was targeted using this method, saying: “There is not a single item of call data, at any time, to your mobile phone.”

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