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READ MORE: Sir Cliff Richard to give evidence in court over BBC coverage of South Yorkshire Police raid BBC lawyers previously told the court the raid was a "matter of legitimate public interest" and its coverage was accurate and in good faith.
Metropolitan Police officers working on the Operation Yewtree investigation into historic sex offences passed the allegation to South Yorkshire Police in July 2014.
READ MORE: Sir Cliff Richard breaks down in tears over BBC's filmed South Yorkshire Police raid on home The 77-year-old singer claims the report was a "very serious invasion" of his privacy and has had a "prolonged impact" on him. The singer thanked a group of fans gathered outside the court as he left after the third day of the hearing on Monday.
He appeared to pose for photographs and one fan shouted: "The whole world loves you Cliff," as he got into a taxi.
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Retired detective superintendent Matthew Fenwick said he believed reporter Dan Johnson would run a story about South Yorkshire Police's investigation into the singer unless he was told about the search.
READ MORE: South Yorkshire Police pay £400,000 to Sir Cliff Richard Discussing a meeting in July 2014 with Mr Johnson and the force's head of corporate communications, Mr Fenwick said: "I believed the BBC was in a position to publish a story and I didn't want them to publish a story at that stage."I felt that we didn't have many options - there was no option, other than to co-operate with him."Sir Cliff is suing the BBC for "substantial damages" over its coverage of the raid at his penthouse apartment in Sunningdale, Berkshire, in August 2014 following an allegation of sexual assault.We continue to identify technical compliance solutions that will provide all readers with our award-winning journalism.The sighting reports derive from a number of sources, from officers themselves who contact me directly, to historical newspaper archive reports and to official information reports released by the Ministry of Defence.We operate with other references and information concerning persons who relocate.E-mail us, if you need information on: anti scam alerts, investment scams, fraud in business, Russian bride scams, security in surveillance, Russian police, online detective investigators..Click We provide many different detective services for our customers.