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‘Prince Harry’s privileged pampered life has ruined him’

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Prince Harry’s memoir, Spare, has finally officially gone on sale after a week of revelations following the early release of the book in Spain.

The book contained a number of bombshell anecdotes about Prince Harry’s personal life and allegations against a number of members of the Royal family. 

Elsewhere, Britain considered becoming the first country to send Western tanks to Ukraine, with the news coming after two British aid workers went missing in the country.

Below we showcase this week’s most eagerly discussed talking points from Telegraph readers in the comments section and Letters page.

The 416-page book, packed with explosive allegations about the Royal family and fascinating asides about their private lives, went on sale on Tuesday – although sparse queues in London suggested something of an anticlimax for its release.

Nonetheless, the memoir quickly became the fastest selling non-fiction book ever, with around 400,000 hardback, e-book and audio format copies bought in its first day.

While some readers agreed with our Arts and Entertainment Editor, Anita Singh, that Prince Harry does deserve some compassion, most criticised his choice to use the book to attack his own family.

Following a report by consumer group Which?, Aldi has been named Britain’s cheapest supermarket, with a basket of 48 groceries costing an average of £81.63. That is 38 per cent less than an equivalent shop at the most expensive supermarket, Waitrose, where a 48 grocery shop averages at £112.62. 

Some readers sang high praise for Aldi while others argued that cheaper does not always mean better with regard to quality of food and customer experience.

Downing Street confirmed for the first time on Wednesday that Britain is planning to provide Western tanks to Ukraine.

The announcement followed reports that Britain would

Prince Harry’s memoir, Spare, has finally officially gone on sale after a week of revelations following the early release of the book in Spain. The book contained a number of bombshell anecdotes about Prince Harry's personal life and allegations against a number of members of the Royal family. Nonetheless, the memoir quickly became the fastest selling non-fiction book ever, with around 400,000 hardback, e-book and audio format copies bought in its first day.

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