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1 pound. That’s a lot. She can go to pound land and get some hula hoop crisps.
Still too much…
Yeah, but the article says this:
> The media company will also pay an unspecified sum for a separate case of infringing her copyright.
So idk. She did kinda win more than £1 if you look at the whole picture. (I know she won £1 for this specific case, but you know what I mean.)
It’s a shame one of them had to win.
> Her lawyers had already signalled, before the Mail on Sunday’s appeal was heard, that they only sought nominal damages over the privacy breach.
Sounds like she got exactly what she sought.
That’s 1.36 American.
It’s not about the money, it’s about sending a message.
+ £1.5million in costs, and a front page apology which the Mail have never done before.