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Court told Bono met Saudi prince on yacht in hotel deal

Friday 27 April 2012, by Corinne/Dead pour U2 France

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The rock star Bono met a billionaire Saudi prince on a yacht during a deal to sell the Savoy, one of the world’s most famous hotels, a court has heard.

The U2 singer was referred to during a legal battle between businessmen over the control of three top London hotels.

Belfast-born developer Paddy McKillen has taken the case against the twins, Sir David and Sir Frederick Barclay.

The court heard Mr McKillen attended the meeting with Bono, Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal and another developer.

The other property developer was Irishman Derek Quinlan, who revealed details of the 2004 meeting while giving evidence at the High Court on Thursday.

The case centres on a company called Coroin, which owns the Connaught, Claridges and the Berkeley hotels in London.

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