Cliff Richard: BBC raid report 'shocking and upsetting'
Sir Cliff Richard has said watching a BBC report of a police raid of his home in 2014 was "shocking and upsetting".
The singer - giving evidence in a High Court privacy case against the BBC - said in a witness statement his health suffered "mentally and physically".
South Yorkshire Police searched the Berkshire apartment after a claim of historical sexual assault.
Sir Cliff was not charged with any offence. The BBC says its coverage was in the public interest.
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