Prince Harry was back in court for his libel case against the Mail on Sunday – where he lost an attempt to get the newspaper’s defence thrown out.
Prince Harry has been accused of not knowing “how things work” surrounding a major British law – after he lost an attempt to get a newspaper’s defence in his libel case against them thrown out.
The Duke of Sussex was in court over the publication of an article in February 2022 about his legal challenge against the Home Office, following a decision to scale back his publicly funded security when visiting the UK.
The article claimed that he “tried to keep details of his legal battle to reinstate his police protection secret from the public”. Prince Harry’s lawyers called it “an attack on his honesty and integrity” and would affect his ongoing work to tackle misinformation online.
The panel of the Talk on Talk TV discussed Prince Harry’s loss with journalist Daisy McAndrew, who said: “Prince Harry really doesn’t seem to know how things work. There is freedom of the press in this country.