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The year-old singer has taken legal action over BBC coverage of the search, which was staged after a sex assault allegation. Sir Cliff said he was conscious that people around the world might think he was a "serious criminal". A barrister leading Sir Cliff's legal team has told Mr Justice Mann that BBC coverage of the search at the singer's apartment in Sunningdale, Berkshire, England, in August was a "very serious invasion" of privacy.
Cliff Richard arriving at court today. Lawyers have told Mr Justice Mann how in late , a man made an allegation to police saying he had been sexually assaulted by Sir Cliff during an event featuring evangelist Billy Graham at Sheffield United's Bramall Lane football stadium, when a child in Sir Cliff denied the allegation and in June prosecutors announced that he would face no charges. A BBC spokesman has said the broadcaster had reported Sir Cliff's "full denial of the allegations at every stage".
The barrister said the force accepted its own "unlawful conduct" but claimed the BBC was "more responsible" for the damage to Sir Cliff. He said by confirming Sir Cliff's identity to a BBC journalist and by discussing the search warrant, the force acted unlawfully. But he said it was the BBC's broadcasts which were the "primary cause" of the breach of his privacy. He added that it was the decision to name Sir Cliff, which the force had made clear it would not do, which resulted in the singer suffering "damage".
He added that the singer felt a BBC statement in May last year was "designed to take the sheen off" the settlement and to "undermine the police apology" to him. Sir Cliff told Mr Justice Mann about seeing footage of the police search on his home for the first time. The singer's voice cracked as he recalled seeing a news item while at a hotel in Portugal after returning from a winery.
He said the memory was "engraved" and he witnessed footage from cameras which could see "right into" his apartment and had recorded officers searching through his belongings. He added: Sir Cliff said he did not view any clips of the BBC's broadcasts as they were played to the court on Thursday. When asked how he felt during the police investigation, Sir Cliff replied: He said it was "really painful" for him to read a statement from the Corporation criticising him for spending too much money on lawyers.
Sir Cliff broke down as he told the court his name had been "smeared" all over the world by the BBC's actions. The singer choked up as he listed a number of countries - including Holland, Portugal, Hong Kong and Singapore - where he claims his reputation was damaged. He said: The police didn't do that, the BBC did. He clasped his hands to his face before adding that the journalists involved "felt they were above the law" and "above the Leveson report".
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Entering the witness box, the singer gave his name and swore an oath on the bible. The singer told of the "impact" the broadcast had on him. I actually thought I was going to have a heart attack or stroke. I still do. Justin Rushbrooke QC said the singer should get compensation at the "very top end of the scale".
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