Alexander Larman

Prince Harry’s bruising time in the High Court

Prince Harry arrives at the Royal Courts of Justice (Credit: Getty images)

Prince Harry is on a mission. ‘How much more blood will stain their typing fingers before someone can put a stop to this madness’?’ Harry asks of journalists in his witness statement in his case against Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN). After the prince became the first member of the royal family to give evidence in court in 132 years this morning, he was asked what he meant and whether he was there to ‘put a stop to this madness’.

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