Santa watched on Santa Cam as Cliff Richards WINS high Court Battle

Santa Claus has Praised Sir Cliff Richards after watching his high court battle on Santa Cam.

The big red man, Santa Claus has today sent warm wishes to Sir Cliff Richards after he won his high court battle against the BBC over invasion of privacy during a raid on his Sunningdale home in 2014. Santa Confirmed he watched the proceedings on his very own Santa cam in the North Pole. This comes following Santa's announcement he is to open a new Santa Cam TV channel.

Cliff Richards and the BBC: How it all started.

The BBC brought in helicopter and broadcast live from outside Richards home during police raid in August 2014. Richards, who was in Portugal, always denied sex assault claims and was later told he wouldn't face any legal action. He sued the police and the BBC for breaching his privacy and was today awarded £210,000 in damages.

Judge found case was aggravated by BBC nominating story for a 'scoop' award, leading to an extra payout. The BBC could still appeal the judgment, which they said could affect press freedom in reporting police investigations.

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Congratulations Cliff from the entire Santa Cam Team!

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