Allegations that Private Investigators were paid by newspapers to snoop on Princess Diana and her associates, while editors pretended to be on her side.
Rupert Murdoch’s CEO Rebekah Brooks will be dragged back into the frame.
Brooks was the editor of The Sun while hacking was alleged to be rife, and was CEO of Murdoch’s company during the alleged cover-up of phone hacking.
Duke of Sussex is likely to characterise Mirror and Sun executives as guilty participants who sought meticulously to cover their tracks for over two decades.
Allegations of sophisticated concealment and destruction of evidence, involving top in-house lawyers and board members.