Sir Cliff Richard will receive around £2m towards his legal costs from the BBC after agreeing a final settlement following last year’s privacy case.
In July 2018, the star won a High Court case against the broadcaster over its coverage of a police raid on his home.
The BBC was ordered to pay £210,000 in damages, and later agreed to pay £850,000 to cover legal costs. That figure has now increased.
However, the singer said he was still “substantially out of pocket”.
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