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There can be no justification for Harry and Meghan getting their £ 2.3 million annual from Prince Charles – The Sun.

Royal flush

The Harry and Meghan scandal must trigger a complete new overhaul of real finances: who gets what, why and what has control of Parliament.

There can be no justification for young people still leaving their 2.3 million pounds a year from the Duchy of Cornwall which Prince Charles controls.

 There can be no justification for Harry and Meghan getting their £ 2.3 million a year from Prince Charles

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There can be no justification for Harry and Meghan getting their £ 2.3 million a year from Prince CharlesCredit: Getty – Collaborator

The Family appears to think of that vast £ 1 billion property as his private fortune. But it has simply been inherited by the monarch’s eldest son since 1337. If the royals are abolished – because, say, public support runs dry – the property and its profits return to the nation.

It is owned by the nation, Charles is simply his guardian. So there must be complete transparency on how he spends the millions he earns, as it is for the Sovereign Grant paid directly to the royals by the government.

We will say it too. UK taxpayers are quite fed up. . . but save a thought for Canadians. Why should they finance Sussex security until the couple is good and ready to move to Los Angeles?

They made their bed. They can lie to us. And they are already rich enough to pay their bills.

Battler Boris

REMEMBER The rest who claim that Boris Johnson would be Trump’s poodle? How does that prediction work?

On Iran he attacked the President for abandoning the multinational nuclear deal without replacing it.

 Boris is proving that critics are wrong

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Boris is proving that critics are wrongCredit: PA wire

On Huawei it is asking to know the American alternative, since they are so violently opposed to the Chinese giant that builds our 5G network. The Sun agrees that Huawei is a risk, but at least Boris is thinking.

And the Prime Minister is at odds with Trump over America’s reluctance to extradite the driver of the incident death Anne Sacoolas.

You mustn’t give up on this. Even the American public wants you to face music. They acknowledge the simple injustice of leaving it hidden in the United States by raising a snob against the parents of victim Harry Dunn.

Not for the first time, however, Boris is proving that critics are wrong.

Greedy Berc

The overbearing, titled arrogance of former President John Bercow was never more exposed than he was at spending £ 1,000 of public money on a taxi.

Citing fears about wafer safety, he spared a long train ride by taking a taxi from Westminster to Nottingham to lecture unfortunate students.

We are very pleased to know that all of Remoaner’s undemocratic tricks and Bercow’s verbal interjections were immediately nullified by the Tories’ election victory and the arrival of an infinitely superior successor.

The government must block any honor for him, especially the peer he wants.



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