On a visit to Roundwood Youth Centre, Prince Harry appeared to question a lack of leadership by Theresa May [Composite: Getty].

Not only was Prince Harry right to say the UK didn’t have strong leadership (if he did say it), but the Royal Family should be allowed to speak out about political matters.

That was the verdict of readers of This Site, by a majority of almost nine to one.

After it was reported that Prince Harry had criticised a lack of national leadership over the closure of youth clubs, This Site asked: Should the Royal Family comment on political issues?

The result was unequivocal. 88.21 per cent of you said they should have a say, at least sometimes.

Of those, 60.55 per cent – a clear majority of respondents – thought the Royals should be able to speak out, whenever they deem it necessary.

Only 11.79 per cent of you thought the Royals should be seen and not heard.

One wonders what the Prince would have to say about attempts to drive the homeless away from Windsor, in advance of his wedding.

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