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‘If Harry wants to criticize country and government, he has lost the right to be a British prince’


This week, the Duke of Sussex was back in court when he brought his lawsuit against Mirror Group Newspapers.

While Telegraph readers have been busy leading the conversation about the trial, they’ve also talked about the destruction of Ukraine’s Nova Kakhovka dam, Rishi Sunak about his small boat scheme and more lockdown revelations.

Read on to see this week’s top talking points in the comments section, Front Page newsletter, and Letters page.

Prince Harry case against the Mirror

The Duke of Sussex testified in his case against the Mirror Group Newspapers over alleged unlawful information gathering on Tuesday and Wednesday. Prince Harry was reprimanded by a Supreme Court judge for missing the first day of proceedings due to his daughter Princess Lilibet’s birthday.

Over two days Prince Harry went on the witness stand to testify, and in his testimony he said he thought the government was at an all-time low.

Readers are not convinced by Prince Harry’s case, claiming there was no hard evidence for it. Many condemned his criticism of press intrusion, saying that his memoir Spare betrayed his own family’s privacy for money.

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