Meghan Markle launches bid to DELAY High Court case – judge drafted in tomorrow | Royal | News (Reports)

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Meghan has requested to delay the trial of her privacy case against The Mail on Sunday’s publisher, Associated Newspapers. The trial was due to begin in early January and take place at the High Court in London. It is set to last between eight to 10 days. 

Mr Justice Warby will hear the arguments tomorrow. 

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Another aspect of Meghan’s legal case, costs and case management, was due to be discussed tomorrow by Judge Francesca Kaye. 

However, this hearing has now be replaced by the new application filed by the Duchess of Sussex. 

The application will be considered at an online hearing – the first part of which will be in private, according to a court document seen by PA. 

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