Mirror Group Settles Four Phone-Hacking Claims

The Mirror Group Newspapers has settled a number of phone-hacking claims.

It is understood Cilla Black, Darren Day, Jessie Wallace and Peter Andre have all settled their claims against the newspaper group, which produces titles including the Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Sunday People.

No details of the settlements have been released, but reports suggest some are "substantial".

It is the second time the group has paid out over accusations of phone-hacking, which, last September it admits some of its journalists had been involved in.


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