So it's about money – good luck to Sun
Your sensational headline "Thousands complain over naked Harry pic" (August 29) was technically correct but 3,600 complainants is hardly the end of the world and certainly does not justify a shock horror headline.
Who are these sad people anyway? They cannot be regular Sun readers – I cannot imagine them being shocked by such trivia – so did these people go out and buy a copy of the newspaper so they could complain? It seems that way.
Everyone in the world with access to a computer can view these photographs online but the cowed British press dare not print them.
This is ludicrous and the Sun editor must be congratulated for his decision to publish them.
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Lord "Two Jags" Prescott – who is considered by some of his former colleagues to be a class traitor for taking a seat in the Lords – said of the Sun's decision: "It is all about money, money, money".
Why not? It is about selling newspapers. Good luck to the Sun.
The noble lord is not slow himself where money is concerned. His excuse for excessive spending on a Government credit card was that it had been cloned.
As Mandy Rice-Davies famously said during the Profumo inquiry: "Well, he would, wouldn't he?"
Don Tallis, Wigston.