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Phone-hacking trial: Prince Harry message 'was hacked'

1 November 2013 Last updated at 22:31 GMT

A voicemail message left by Prince Harry, in which he asked an aide for help with an essay, was hacked by the News of the World, a court has heard.

The Old Bailey jury saw a transcript of the message left while the prince was at Sandhurst military academy.

The court was also told that the then editor of the (NoW), Andy Coulson, told a senior journalist investigating an exclusive story on television celebrity Calum Best to "do his phone"

Tom Symonds reports.

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