Meghan Markle beats Mail on Sunday publisher in court battle

The Duchess of Sussex said a "precedent" had been set after the publisher of The Mail on Sunday was denied its request for a trial over claims it breached her copyright and privacy.

It follows the publication of excerpts of a letter written by Meghan to her father.

Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL) was trying to overturn a decision, made by a High Court judge earlier this year, not to go to trial.

Today, the Court of Appeal said it is "hard to see what evidence could have been adduced at trial that would have altered the situation".

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