Newspaper headlines: ‘Fury at Harry’s Taliban claims’ and ‘Chinese spy fears’


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The publicity juggernaut surrounding Prince Harry’s forthcoming book, Spare, dominates Saturday’s front pages, with many focusing on his descriptions of his time in the Army. Alongside a photo of the Duke of Sussex dressed in Army fatigues in Afghanistan’s Helmand province in 2008, the Times leads with comments from senior military figures criticising the prince’s claims that he killed 25 people while serving in Afghanistan. It quotes Colonel Tim Collins as saying the prince had “betrayed” his military “family”, and also claims Harry wanted to cancel the publication of his memoir after visiting the UK last year, but later changed his mind.

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