HARRY’S book is laid bare for all to see. It is an orgy of self-pity and cowardly, baseless abuse. It should shame him forever.
Here is the self-appointed champion of “compassion” profiting from the sickening invective he heaps on his entirely undeserving stepmother Camilla.
Mr Kindness even recalls mocking a disabled woman who, he casually adds, was too unattractive to arouse him.
Harry comes across as he is: A monumentally entitled, thoroughly unpleasant bully driven by ugly, petty grudges and utterly blind to his own hypocrisies.
What’s more, many of his endlessly self-serving anecdotes fall apart under even the gentlest scrutiny.
As if Spare wasn’t contemptible enough, Harry the halfwit Prince now says he revealed his Afghanistan kill-count, handing Islamist terrorists a propaganda gift, as part of his “healing journey”.
Sun readers have seen enough. Their verdict is overwhelming. They consider the book an unforgiveable betrayal.
They say Harry and Meghan must be barred from the King’s coronation which the public will have to fund.
And they demand their titles be stripped from them.
We understand the Palace’s desire to keep silent. But there is zero justification for the precious, profiteering “Sussexes” to remain Royals one day longer — as many MPs agree.
Harry made his bed. Let him lie in it for good. . . as plain Mr Windsor.
WHY should strikers retain the right to endanger lives by refusing to staff emergency services?
Or be allowed to stop kids being taught? Or prevent commuters getting to THEIR work?
The Government, in line with many across Europe, wants a law to guarantee unions keep minimum levels of essential services running during walkouts.
That is a fair balance between their right to withdraw labor and the public’s right to be kept safe and for their own jobs or education not to suffer.
The unions, and their labor puppets, object. They want the power to cause maximum misery. Which would be bad enough if the strikes were genuinely just about pay claims.
When they are nakedly aimed at topping an elected Government they are indefensible and the public is entitled to protection.
NO mainstream party should accept donations from a tycoon funding Just Stop Oil.
It is extraordinary that Dale Vince would keep afloat a mob of face-glueing vandals with no respect for the law or the public.
It’s staggering that Labor would take his money at the same time.
Just Stop Oil want a Labor Government. What side would that be on?
The public’s? Or Dale’s crusties?