Cliff Richard case 'likely to have massive implications'
When South Yorkshire Police raided Sir Cliff Richard's home in August 2014, he was in Portugal, but the BBC was outside, with a helicopter standing by.
News programmes broadcast pictures and named Sir Cliff as a suspect in an alleged historical sexual assault.
Correspondent Dan Johnson had arranged in advance with South Yorkshire Police that the BBC would be outside the gated property.
Sir Cliff denied the allegation, was questioned but was never arrested or charged.
He sued the police force and the BBC for breach of privacy and data protection.
The force settled the case against it -... read more
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