Prince Harry’s decision to attend the royal coronation in May without the Duchess of Sussex was the week’s most controversial issue, with many readers criticizing his behavior ahead of the historic ceremony.
Also discussed by Telegraph readers this week are the 25th anniversary of the disruptive four-day strike by junior doctors and Joe Biden’s historic trip to Ireland, which took readers to the Good Friday Agreement.
Read on to see the best reader contributions from the comments section, Letters Page and by front page Newspaper.
To attend the coronation of the Duke of Sussex alone
After several weeks of agonizing over whether or not to travel to London for the historic ceremony, Buckingham Palace The Duke of Sussex attends his father’s crown alone After choosing his wife Meghan remained in California.
Many readers were hoping Harry wouldn’t attend the coronation as well, but some felt it was a good deal for him to go it alone.
Read Telegraph readers’ favorite encounters with King Charles, over here.
Junior doctors strike
Junior doctors left in the first four days strike On Tuesday, chaos spread across the NHS, leading to the cancellation of more than 200,000 jobs and outpatient appointments.
The British Medical Association (BMA) has said junior doctors are not asking for a 35 per cent pay rise. “A long ask”.
Readers are angry about the strike action, the demand for wages cannot be implemented. Many believe the strikes will hasten the inevitable demise of the NHS.
Biden visited Ireland
President Joe Biden arrived in Belfast on Tuesday for a historic four-day visit to the island of Ireland to mark the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement.
During the visit, President Biden met with the leaders of the five main political parties in Northern Ireland. Personal pressure To restart power sharing in the province.
Readers questioned the president’s loyalty to the UK, while others criticized his meddling in another country’s political affairs.