Sunday, January 11, 2009

PRINCE HARRY'S RACIST REMARKS SPARKS ANGER

Prince Harry's racist remark about a Pakistani member of his army platoon has prompted widespread criticism although the prince issued an apology after the News of the World published a video diary in which he calls one of his then Sandhurst colleagues a "Paki".

Cabinet Minister John Denham said it was "offensive", while the Ramadhan Foundation called the prince a "thug" meanwhile to calm the situation the St James's Palace said he had used the term "Paki" as a nickname about a friend and without any malice.

Watch this video for the detail account: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7822883.stm

Will any form of action be taken against Prince Harry since he had violated the law.

news n picture courtesy of BBC News