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Yesterday, November 9, lawyers for the Mail on Sunday argued that a personal letter at the centre of Meghan Markle’s privacy and copyright case against the UK newspaper had been written “with publication in mind.”
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Privacy, copyright, English Court of Appeal, English High Court, Mail on Sunday