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Al Fayed raps rubbish claim.

HARRODS supremo Mohamed Al Fayed yesterday angrily rubbished claims that he won his cash-for-questions libel battle with former MP Neil Hamilton by buying documents rifled from bins.

The disgraced ex-Tory Minister claims that the verdict should be overturned because Mr Al Fayed paid pounds 10,000 for papers, which were stolen from the bins of his lawyer in the case.

But Mr Al Fayed told the Appeal Court: "I would never involve myself in anything which isn't honest and straightforward."
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Date:Dec 14, 2000
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