Voice of the Daily Mirror: The art of the matter.
But this is no ordinary student. It is Prince Harry, third in line to the throne.
And, to make matters even more complicated, his former art teacher is accusing him in a messy unfair-dismissal case.
Sarah Forsyth insists that she wrote just about all Prince Harry's course work in his AS art exam and has a tape to prove it.
It is sad for Harry to be embroiled in this, particularly as he is about to start his new career at Sandhurst.
But unless Miss Forsyth's charges are cleared up, the mud will stick.
There has already been one inquiry by the examiners which has said there was no cheating. But they were not told to find out if the student had been instructed what to write in his exam.
There should now be a full investigation that looks into the exact charge made.
Either Sarah Forsyth or the Eton authorities are not telling the truth. And Prince Harry is caught in the middle.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Oct 15, 2004|
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