Are The Sun right to print the pictures of Prince Harry?
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The Sun has become the first British newspaper to print the naked pictures of Prince Harry following a game of "strip billiards". The paper has said that it was printing the pictures, despite being warned not to by lawyers for the Royal family, because its readers had a right to see them. They argue that the issue of whether to print them or not was "a crucial test of Britain's free press". In reaction to The Sun's decision to print the picture, a Palace spokesman said: "Newspapers regulate themselves, so the publication of the photographs is ultimately a decision for editors to make."
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