Harry has right to a private life
I just loved the picture and caption of Prince Harry beaming out from the front page of the Leicester Mercury (Wednesday, September 5 ) and the subsequent article on page 3.
He's such a brilliant ambassador for our country – why shouldn't he have some fun when he's not on duty?
Everyone has a right to a private life, even royalty. Wasn't that made quite clear when his mum, Princess Diana, so sadly left us?
Please let his private life be private!
Free Magic Eye With Every Sky TV Link Installation (just £50!)View details
Magic Eye allows you to watch and control your Sky box from another TV in the house! Watch sky in the bedroom or kitchen with this ingenious device!
Terms: Please quote 'this is Leicestershire' when placing your order. Call now for full terms and conditions.
Valid until: Sunday, September 06 2015
Barbara Watson, Melton Mowbray.
Despite the outcry from the general public about the move of the children's heart unit to Birmingham, I have not seen any major response from our city politicians, especially the two most publicity-seeking ones, Keith Vaz and Sir Peter Soulsbury.
What are our MPs and local councillors doing to prevent this taking away of a local and much-needed service?
Grahame Whike, Leicester.
September 3 has gone by and not a mention in the media – yet it was probably the most important day in England's history. The day we declared war on Germany in 1939.
Many people's lives were drastically affected, including mine.
To me, it meant six years away from home in the RAF, years when I should have been consolidating a career.
R D Whyard, Leicester.
The news that archaeologists are finding artefacts in their endeavours to locate the remains of Richard III is indeed exciting.
Should, however, they discover any teeth, they did not belong to Richard III but my uncle Frank, who lost them there during an air raid in the 1940s.
T Humphreys, Countesthorpe.