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Yes, he immediately during that time period when I was talking to her and when she was ringing back the reporter on the Sun -- my partner, who then became my husband, went before a judge in chambers and got an injunction to prevent the Sun -- I think on the grounds of confidentiality -- to prevent the Sun going to press with that story. We were told they had to stop the presses rolling and remove the story, which we were warned is a very costly process, and we were sort of warned that they will not forgive you for doing that.

That story did actually run anyway in many editions of the Sun. They were slow to stop the presses, and I think it simply incurred more wrath from the Sun because, several days later, Mr Murdoch went ahead and had it printed in the Today newspaper anyway.

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