Today’s news summary – Paper Talk Some of Tuesday’s front pages lead with quotes from Prince Harry who said he wants his father and brother “back” as the former royal sat down for two interviews (set to be released on Sunday) to promote his new book SPARE. Prince Harry interviews ahead of release of book The Daily Telegraph says the two trailers for the upcoming interviews (one US based, one UK based) claimed that Prince
The Sun - Harry’s shock claim: I want dad and brother back
Summary of the front page
The Sun says Prince Harry “slated” his family again in two new TV interviews he conducted to promote his book, Spare. The duke has accused his family of being unwilling to fix the rift, the Sun notes.
The front page features a large still of Harry from the US interview – the UK interview is set to go into detail surrounding Princess Diana’s death.
Today's top stories
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‘We called 999 eight times.’
Members of the RMT union at Network Rail and 14 operators will stage two 48-hour strikes from Tuesday and Friday, with Aslef drivers walking out on Thursday.
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