Monday March 30, 2020

Daily Mail tops snoops poll

The Daily Mail came top of a new league table of British newspapers and magazines that have paid private detectives to obtain illegal information about celebrities and other individuals.

16th December, 2006

The Daily Mail came top of a new league table of British newspapers and magazines that have paid private detectives to obtain illegal information about celebrities and other individuals.

Richard Thomas, the information commissioner with the job of protecting people’s privacy, compiled the report from evidence found by investigators during a raid on a private detective.

More than 60 Daily Mail journalists bought 982 separate pieces of information from the detective and his...

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