NME apologises to Morrissey over 2007 'misunderstanding'

The former Smiths frontman won a pre-trial hearing against former NME editor Conor McNicholas and publisher IPC at the High Court in October last year.

That victory granted the singer the opportunity for a day in court in 2012 to "clear my name" over racism accusations related to the 2007 article.

Morrissey has claimed NME "deliberately twisted" his words to make him appear racist in the article. In the interview, Morrissey was quoted as saying that "the gates of England ...

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