Sussex MP calls for Harry and Meghan to be stripped of their titles after Netflix series

A minister today branded Harry and Meghan ‘utterly irrelevant’ to Britain and urged the country to boycott Netflix as a Tory MP for Sussex demanded the couple finally They will lose their titles because they ‘lack respect’ for the Royal Family of the UK.

Guy Opperman, Employment Minister said that the’very troubled couple” are a sad state’ and refused to watch their docuseries. They are said to have earned $100million.

He said the following last night on BBC Question Time:They are totally irrelevant to this country’s progress and the royal families that we all support.

He He added, “I don’t believe it has a fundamental effect on the Royal Family. It’s not something I will be watching. I urge everyone not to watch Netflix. Instead, let’s focus on the things that really matter.

Member of Parliament East Worthing and Shoreham Tim Loughton declared that he is ashamed of the Duchess and Duke of Sussex being called Prince Charles.

After The first three episodes of the series were streamed yesterday. Three more episodes will follow next week. Mr Loughton stated: “As a Member for a Sussex constituency, having been born in Sussex, and having lived most of my adult life here.. it’s time to take the title from someone so clearly lacking respect.” 

In the wake of their incredible Netflix drama, there are increasing calls for Harry and Meghan’s removal of their royal titles. 

Tim Loughton Says Prince Charles Should Cut Off The Duke And Duchess Of Sussex, Declaring: 'I Am Ashamed That This Deeply Embarrassing Couple Bear The Title Of Our Great County'

Tim Loughton suggests Prince Charles should sever the Duke & Duchess of Sussex. He declares: ‘I’m ashamed that this deeply embarrassing and inept couple bear the title for our great county.

Meghan and Harry have been accused of trying to ‘bring down the monarchy’ with their Netflix docu-series, which attacks the Royal Family, trashes the Queen’s Commonwealth legacy and dubs the UK racist.

The Suits star was also accused in a sexist gesture of disrespect towards the Queen. He asked her to hug his grandmother and then made an exaggerated bow that left her husband looking less impressed. 

After seeing the clip, Mark Jenkinson, Conservative MP for Workington, tweeted: ‘The ultimate act of betrayal. He just sits and watches.

Yesterday fellow Conservative MP Bob Seely told MailOnline he is tabling a Private Members’ Bill that would give the Privy Council power to downgrade their status by adapting the 1917 Titles Deprivation Act, which was used against war enemies in the First and Second World War.

The Isle of Wight MP claimed that the couple were’monetizing’ their titles by using ‘aggressive and ‘unbelievable attack’ on the Royal Family of Britain.  Backbench Bills are rarely made into law, but Mr Seely said that it will be a start by presenting the House’s proposals. 

It comes as the couple’s bombshell Netflix documentary has been accused of attacking the late Queen’s legacy after branding the Commonwealth ‘Empire 2.0’. 

The association of nations, beloved by many Her Afua Hirsch, an academic, gives Majesty this title. Kehinde Andrews, an author, claims that “nothing has changed” from the UK’s colonial past. 

Commentators believe that Meghan was not able to be assimilated into the company and accepted by the British public. 

Some viewers have described the comments as “deeply offensive”. 

They also discuss Princess Michael of Kent a Blackamoor-style brooch to a pre-Christmas event the Duchess of Sussex attended in 2017. She I was forced to apologize. 

Harry said: ‘In this family sometimes your part of the problem rather than part of the solution. Unconscious bias is rampant. Unconscious bias is not the fault of anyone.

Meghan added: “Obviously, everyone is aware about my race because it was such an issue for me when I went to Britain. Before then. I wasn’t treated like a black women’. 

MailOnline can also reveal the following:

Harry And Meghan Kiss In The Behind Closed Doors Netflix Series That Is Causing Waves In The Uk

Harry and Meghan kiss in behind closed doors Netflix series. This is making waves in the UK

Harry And Meghan Left Royal Life Following Family Rifts, Including With The King And Prince William

After family rifts with the King and Prince William, Harry and Meghan parted ways with royal life.

Harry And Meghan Shared Pictures Of Their Courtship And Their Marriage Together And With Their Children

Harry And Meghan Shared Pictures Of Their Courtship And Their Marriage Together And With Their Children

Harry and Meghan shared photos of their courtship, their marriage and their children

A Pregnant Meghan Markle With Her Son Archie Resting On Her Bump In The New Netflix Series Released Yesterday

A pregnant Meghan Markle and Archie, resting on her bump in the Netflix series today

Meghan Breaks Down On Her Bed In Vancouver As Harry Leaves The Uk After Megxit

Meghan Breaks Down On Her Bed In Vancouver As Harry Leaves The Uk After Megxit

Meghan weeps in Vancouver as Harry departs the UK following Megxit

Full episodes of Netflix with Meghan and Harry 

EPISODE ONE: The Duke of Sussex reveals he ‘had to quit’ royal duties to protect Meghan Markle as he compared the former Suit actress to his late mother Princess Diana in the first episode of the couple’s bombshell Netflix series. 

It features Harry filming in the Windsor Suite at Heathrow Airport on March 2020, the day that Megxit occurred, when Harry and his wife decided to leave the royals. It will undoubtedly raise questions about when the couple decided that Netflix would produce their incendiary series.   

It also reveals: 

Harry said that a friend told Harry and his wife to document a portion of their lives. This they did due to the’misinformation” about them.

– Harry claimed that he first saw Meghan on an Instagram account of a friend.

Harry and Meghan claimed that they had their first date at the 76 Dean Street. The Duke was late.

– Meghan’s friend Silver After meeting Harry, Tree claimed that the Duchess was ‘crazy about Harry’.

Harry stated that the royal family is attracted to people who fit the mold.

– The Duke spoke of his childhood filled with laughter, happiness and adventure. He also mentioned that he still remembers his mother’s ‘cheeky laugh.

Harry said that he has a lot of memories of being swarmed and photographed by paparazzi.

– The Duke expressed his gratitude to his mother Diana for her efforts to ‘protect him and his brothers from the media.

Harry claimed his mother was compelled by him to talk about her past.

EPISODE TWO:  Features Meghan’s mother, Doria, speaking on camera for the first time about her daughter’s relationship with Prince Harry. 

She Interviewers tell him that the past five year have been ‘challenging’, but that he is’ready for his voice to be heard’. 

It also reveals:  

– When asked about headlines in the newspapers about Meghan, the Duke said that members of royal family wanted to know why Meghan should be protected’ or given special treatment.

Harry stated that negative media coverage of Meghan was influenced by her race.

– Meghan Ragland’s mother Doria Ragland said that paparazzi took pictures of poor neighbourhoods in Los Angeles, and that that was where she was originally from.

– The Duke stated that articles in the press contained both ‘racist undertones and outright racism.

Harry then spoke about his children, saying that he was proud of their mixed race.

– The Duke and Duchess of Sussex said they wanted to avoid making the same mistakes their parents made when raising their children.

– The King’s second son stated that the early stages in dating were characterized as ‘car chases. anti-surveillance driving. and disguises.

Meghan said that she found the ‘formality” of being in the royals family’surprising’. She also stated that she realized people in the UK find hugging’really disturbing’.

– The Duke and Duchess of Sussex said Meghan’s first encounter with the Queen was a shock to the system, saying it was strange for her to ask him to hug his grandmother.

Harry claimed that his wife, an American actress, ‘clouded’ his family’s view.

– The Duchess said that the media would find a way for her to be ‘destroyed’ no matter how well she was.

EPISODE THREE:  Harry and Meghan call their engagement announcement in 2017 an ‘orchestrated reality show’ – and experts take aim at the ‘racist’ history of the British empire, and its Kings and Queens.

It also reveals:   

Harry believes that there is a “huge amount of unconscious bias” in the royal family.

– Meghan claimed that stories were ‘planted’ in the lead-up to their wedding, with the couple playing ‘whack-amole’ with the media.

Meghan described the time surrounding their engagement as an orchestrated reality series’. She added that their interview following the announcement was’rehearsed.

– Harry stated that he “shoulder” the responsibility for Meghan’s breakdown with her father.

Harry said that his time in Army helped ‘burst’ the bubble of royal life.

– Meghan claimed Samantha Markle, her elder half-sister, exaggerated their relationship.

Meghan revealed that her son Archie loves Bennie And The Jets by Sir Elton John.

– Meghan learned that her father was planning to attend her wedding through a tabloid.

Under the so-called ‘Megxit’ deal agreed in 2020, Harry and Meghan are still known as the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

They kept their ‘HRH’ prefix – His Royal Highness and Her Royal Highness – but they said they would not ‘actively’ use the titles.

“If this guy hates royals so much, what’s he doing parading or using his titles?” Mr Seely said. 

‘If Harry and Meghan had integrity and wanted to practise what they preach – if they think the Royal Family is so awful why do they use Royal titles when it benefits them?’ 

Mr Seely stated that it was the right thing for them voluntarily to give up their titles. If they don’t, I think there are many people trying to help them to get Bills down.

Separately Raechel Maskell, Labour’s Labour representative, is proposing similar legislation against the Duke of York.

Mr Seely said: ‘The way that Harry and Meghan are going, the idea that you can sit there and monetise your misery, monetise your royal status by attacking the royal family – I’m sorry I think something has got to give.

“It is so sad for them that their deep senses are being displayed as victimhood. I think they are remarkably, remarkably well-off people.

“Rather than telling people how miserable their lives are, they should actually help others.

“I don’t believe that the Royal Family is racist.”

“I believe it is extremely dishonest and very unattractive to claim this. I suspect it is to justify their Netflix contract.

They don’t have much to offer. They have already said what they have said before. They are simply repeating the same thing, but in a more aggressive and frankly bizarre way. I don’t believe a single word of it.

“I think so many people are fed up with them, and how they use royal status to make tens or millions of dollars.

Harry claims that the royal family has an ‘unconscious bias’ and is ‘part the problem’ when it concerns racism in Britain in one segment of the documentary. 

Other parts of the show include left-leaning academics commenting upon Britain’s colonial past and calling the late Queen’s Commonwealth ‘Empire2.0’. It also accuses Brexit supporters being racist and holding ‘horrible opinions’. 

A senior Tory told MailOnline: ‘Meghan needs to get this massive chip off her shoulder. The world has a problem dealing with racism.

“Every country has a problem dealing with racism, every country. The UK is not an exception.

“It is a problem that the UK is becoming less of. Rishi Sunak is the PM.

“It seems that she has been walking about, Harry too, actively looking for a racist interpretation of things when in fact they may not have been racist.”

‘For Harry to talk about racist Britain, and a racist Royal Family… if they were racist they wouldn’t have allowed him to marry her.

‘He He went into exile.

They have opted to bow out of royal life… but it is ironic that they are making their money by trashing the very institution they have walked away from. They should be able to make their money independently of the Royal Family.

Nigel Farage also joined the criticism, branding Harry and Meghan ‘despicable’ after their bombshell Netflix documentary suggested Brexit contributed to the racism experienced by the Duchess. 

After the release of the first three episodes, which lasted six hours, the ex-leader of UKIP, 58, the streaming giant dropped them at 8 a.m. on Thursday. 

He After one episode, which claimed that 52% of Brits were ‘bad, racism people’, the Sussexes were accused of accusing them of calling them that. One episode also said that it created a “perfect storm for jingoism, nationalism” and gave people with really terrible views more strength, confidence, and power. 

Downing Street also opposed the attempts to show that Brexit is linked to racism. 

When asked about Prince Harry’s comments regarding the EU referendum the Rishi Sunak’s official spoke said: “I haven’t put those particular points to Prime Minister but the British people took a decision, a democracy decision which was the decision of the British people. Government The law was passed based on the idea of taking control of things like our laws and borders. We have again delivered. 

Tory MP Michael Fabricant also weighed in, accusing the Sussexes of recycling the ‘ignorant trope’ that all Brexiteers ‘are racists’.

Mr Farage said that it was not surprising that Harry or Meghan would use Brexit to justify the horrible racism against them.

‘They draw on extreme left-wing historians, they draw on fake news headlines from The Guardian and elsewhere and what they’re really saying is that 52% of Prince Harry’s country of birth are  bad, racist people.’

He According to the series’ creator, it was short-term primarily about’making money’ and ‘dissing Royal Family and the United Kingdom’. He added: ‘And in long term, giving Meghan a platform on which she can launch her career in America. 

Ten claims were made in the Harry and Meghan Netflix documentary about Britain’s racism problem and colonial legacy.

  • Prince Harry claims that the Royal Family is subject to ‘unconscious bias’, and is often a part of the problem when it comes racism in the UK 
  • David Olusoga claims that the UK had a ‘pretty toxic discussion about the EU’. He also said that ‘immigration is at the absolute center’ and ‘is very frequently in this country a code for race’ 
  • Harry referenced an EU report that warned the Brexit debate was fueling a  ‘culture war…[that] was going to be huge and a real problem. 
  • Academic Afua Hirsch states that if you enter a palace, a stately home, or any place that represents tradition, you are likely to encounter racist imagery. 
  • Hirsch also refers to the Commonwealth as ‘Empire 2.0. She Its description of a ‘club for friends who share common values’ is ‘problematic.
  • Ms Hirsch claims that Britain views its colonial past as a ‘painful’ experience and that it’s ‘all history’. However, those who have benefited from colonies’ are ‘continued to be inter-generationally rich’.
  • Author Kehinde Andrews says  ‘nothing has changed’ from the UK’s colonial past, apart from the Royal Family’s ‘better PR’ 
  • James Holt, spokesperson for Ex-Palace, stated that Brexit had created the “perfect storm” that ‘gave credence and nationalism to jingoisms and gave people with really terrible views about the world a little bit of strength and confidence’
  • Meghan said people made ‘such an issue’ of her race when she moved to the UK, adding: ‘Before That’s because most people didn’t treat my like a ‘black woman .”’
  • Olusoga stated that the fact that slave owners were paid ‘for their human property’ is often ‘left off’ history lessons. He said this was ‘just one way in which our memory has been brushed aside’.
  • Mr Holt claimed he was unaware of the legacy left by the slave trade. He said that his teachers had neglected to tell the full tale and instead focused on the UK’s colonial power and the ‘importance’ of the country. 


He The couple are ‘nothing but despicable’ about their ‘behaviour towards the Royal Family.  

MailOnline was told by Michael Fabricant, Tory MP and Member of Parliament for the Tory Party: “It is a common misconception that people who voted in favour of Brexit did so because they were racist.”

“Most did so because of their belief in the importance sovereignty for our 1,000-year old nation.

“You would have expected Prince Harry to have some knowledge of history, but I doubt it.” He chooses to make ignorant comments based on his prejudices, rather than facts.

It comes after the Sussexes’ Netflix documentary today unleashed a series of incendiary claims labelling Britain a ‘racist’ country.

Afua Harir and David Olusoga, academics, give long segments to their discussions on British culture and colonial history. They claim that British tradition is ‘filled of racist imagery’ and call anti-immigration sentiment in Britain a ‘cipherfor race’.

The accusations are levelled across the first three hour-long episodes of Harry & Meghan, which dropped at 8am on Thursday. 

Ms. Hirsch calls the Commonwealth, which was much loved by the Queen, “Empire 2.0” while Kehinde Andrews, author, claims that “nothing has changed” from the UK’s colonial past. The only exception is the Royal Family’s better PR’. 

Commentators believe that Meghan was not able to be assimilated into the company and accepted by the British public. 

Even the UK’s exit from the EU is being dragged into this fray. Harry claims the series isn’t ‘just about us’. He adds: “This has always been bigger than us.” This is all set against the backdrop of a Brexit protest and former-PM Boris Johnson vowing that he will ‘take back control’ of the country. 

The visuals indicate that racism was a key factor in the Brexit vote. They also suggest that the wider political climate was hostile for Meghan becoming a Royal. 

 Episode 2 features the return of the Brexit debate. Mr Olusoga said that the fairy tale about Harry and Meghan was ’embedding its self in a nation having a pretty toxic conversation about the European Union.

He He adds that “immigration was at its absolute center” in that debate and that “immigration is very frequently in this country a code for race”.

A series of clips shows British citizens making racist comments.

Harry said, “So the EU requested a report in 2016, exactly at the time that our relationship became publicly public.” It warned that if either the government or the media didn’t do something, a culture war that existed before would become a huge problem.

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