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Piers Morgan tells Prince Harry to 'stop playing victim'
Piers Morgan has responded to the legal action launched by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex against the Mail on Sunday in an article written for Mail Online. The media commentator says Prince Harry should "stop playing the victim" when it comes to wife Meghan, and that she should heal the rift with her father.
Tim Dunn and Charlotte Charles said "the bombshell was dropped" that Anne Sacoolas was in the room next door to meet them as they discussed their case with the US president on Tuesday.
Their son Harry, 19, was riding his motorbike when he was killed in a collision involving Mrs Sacoolas, the wife of a US diplomat, outside an RAF base in Northamptonshire in August.
Harry Dunn's mother slams 'oafish and insulting' Donald Trump after he defends US spy's wife who killed her son in crash because it's difficult 'driving on wrong side of road' - then flashes note revealing she WON'T face justice in Britain
Charlotte Graham, whose son Harry Dunn was hit and killed by Anne Sacoolas outside a US spy base in Britain, is 'disgusted' by the US President.Charlotte Graham, whose son Harry Dunn was hit and killed by Anne Sacoolas outside a US spy base in Britain, is 'disgusted' by the US President who said British roads are confusing for Americans and said: 'It happens'.
After meeting Mr Trump, Ms Charles told reporters outside the White House: "We made it very clear, as we've said all along... we would still love to meet with her but it has to be on our terms and on UK soil.
"She needs to come back and face the justice system."
During their meeting, Mr Trump told Harry's parents that Mrs Sacoolas would not be returning to the UK, but he would look at their case "from a different angle" in the wake of their talks.
She was allowed to return to the US after being granted diplomatic immunity because of her husband's work, and Harry's parents have travelled to the US to demand she faces "justice".
Ms Charles said the president was "quite respondent" and he agreed that he would be trying to get justice if it was his son who had been killed.
'Sorry doesn't cut it': Harry Dunn's mum after crash suspect offers apology
The mother of Harry Dunn has told Sky News "sorry doesn't cut it" ahead of a potential meeting with the woman involved in the crash that killed him. Parents Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn are travelling to the US after the Foreign Office said that Anne Sacoolas, the wife of an American diplomat, no longer has diplomatic immunity because she has returned home.Mrs Sacoolas has said she wants to meet to "express her deepest sympathies and apologies" after the fatal accident outside an RAF base in Northamptonshire in August, but Ms Charles said "that's not really quite enough".
She told reporters: "When he [President Trump] held my hand, I gripped it a lot tighter and I was honest with him and just said, as I said a while ago, 'if it was your son you would be doing the same as us'.
"He actually gripped my hand a little bit tighter and said 'yes I would be'.
"And that's when he said he would try and look at this from a different angle."
Mr Dunn said the family declined to meet Mrs Sacoolas at the White House because "it felt a bit rushed".
He added: "I don't think it would have gone too well so that's why we refused."
Ms Charles said the president "seemed to understand that the meeting needs to be with therapists and mediators in the room, and not just her and us".
She added that the family spent about 15 minutes with Mr Trump and he was "very gracious" and "welcoming".
The Foreign Office has said Mrs Sacoolas no longer has diplomatic immunity because she has returned home, meaning the case can be taken forward by Northamptonshire Police.
Detectives visited the scene where Harry was killed on Tuesday and said prosecutors would receive a file on the case "very soon".
Mrs Sacoolas has accepted she was driving on the wrong side of the road at the time of the fatal crash and is "terribly, terribly sorry for that tragic mistake", a source close to her told Sky News.
Harry's family have called on the Foreign Office to release all documents relating to its advice to Northamptonshire Police regarding the diplomatic immunity granted to Ms Sacoolas.
Britain will tighten up rules on diplomatic immunity after the Harry Dunn bike death case as Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab admits US told Britain driver Anne Sacoolas was planning to leave the country .
Britain is reviewing the rules that allowed a US diplomat's wife to leave the country after she was involved in a fatal car crash, foreign secretary Dominic Raab said on Monday. Harry Dunn, 19, died after a car driven by Anne Sacoolas is alleged to have collided with his motorbike near RAF Croughton, an air force base in Northamptonshire used by the US military.As well as a review into diplomatic immunity, the foreign secretary also admitted the US told Britain that Sacoolas was planning to leave the country, but UK police were unable to legally stop her.
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