Duke of Sussex has complaint about 'inaccurate' newspaper article rejected

Published on January 30, 2020 - Duration: 01:04s

Duke of Sussex has complaint about 'inaccurate' newspaper article rejected

The Duke of Sussex's claim that a Sunday newspaper wrote an inaccurate article about wildlife pictures posted on his Instagram account has been dismissed by a newspaper industry regulator.

Harry complained to the Independent Press Standards Organisation that the Mail on Sunday breached the accuracy clause of its Editors' Code of Practice in an article published in April last year.


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