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His lawyers argue the apology is not enough and claim the star has run up more than £1m in legal bills.He also felt forced to sell the apartment because he had been "so publicly violated" at that address and had to delay the release of a rock 'n' roll classics album, they said.11 November BBC's cosy live magazine programme The One Show is not known for tough questions or embarrassing moments. I mean, the BBC to me is The One Show, it's the radio shows I listen to. I listen to the Today programme, The Archers when I catch up with it…"The 76-year-old singer is taking the broadcaster to court over its live coverage of a police raid on his home in 2014, when he was being investigated over alleged historic sexual offences.I am truly delighted to be performing the 58-18=60 Tour, in September and October 2018 in a series of concert hall venues.The BBC has vowed to "vigorously" defend itself against a lawsuit from Sir Cliff Richard over its coverage of a 2014 police raid on his Berkshire home.singer spent two years being investigated over historic allegations against him, and admits during the "traumatic" investigation, he barely slept and he still feels his career has been permanently damaged.Sir Richard - who was never arrested or charged - said: "It was a disastrous time emotionally, so traumatic I don't think I slept more than two hours at a time for two years."It hurt me so much I don't think I can ever recover personally.In October, Richard launched a legal action against South Yorkshire Police and the BBC over the televised raid. Last night on The One Show, Jones said Richard's appearance on BBC1 was a little "awkward" and asked him why he had decided to promote his new album on her show despite suing her employer. Unless you go through what we've been through, it's impossible to explain what it's like… But it's over."26 October Court papers allegedly reveal the text messages sent between a BBC reporter and South Yorkshire Police ahead of the police raid on Sir Cliff Richard's Berkshire home in 2014.Asked how the police investigation had affected him, he said: "You feel like you're in a hole, and no matter how much you're loved – my fans, my family, my friends – in the end you get to bed at night and you're on your own again."And you can't help but think, 'How do I get out of this? The singer is suing both organisations after the raid was broadcast live on television.
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Richard has always denied the accusation, which was part of a long-running investigation into allegations made between 19 by four men, and in June this year, prosecutors said he would face no charges.
But the singer said he suffered damages to his privacy and reputation following the well-publicised raid.
Yesterday, however, presenter Alex Jones asked Sir Cliff Richard why he was appearing on the show while suing the BBC. Richard faced accusations from four men, relating to the period between 19, but was never arrested or charged.
It was a moment of toe-curling embarrassment, says Metro, but Jones did not readily give up the line of questioning. The case was dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service in June, after it decided there was insufficient evidence to bring an action.