Harry and Meghan were right to break Royal 'silence at all times' rule: Yorkshire Post Letters

From: S Roberts, Full Sutton.

Debate continues about Harry and Meghan's television interview.

On The Duke and Duchess of Sussex: they have broken the Royals’ ‘silence at all times' rule, but what if silence is part of the problem?

What if mental health concerns thrive in silence? What if discrimination of all kinds thrives in silence? Is it not appalling that we have huge mental health issues and significant race issues?

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Is it not true that outcomes would suggest we have not yet managed to adequately address these things, either within our own homes or our institutions?

Is it not also true that in the absence of progress things sometimes need to be challenged in uncomfortable ways?

From: Barry Foster, High Stakesby, Whitby.

Is it not now time the Meghan and Harry saga was put to bed? I, like many others, are fed up with it all.

One thing that puzzles me is this. If we are such a bad country, why are so many people trying to get to live here?

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