Lewis continued: “This is very common but what this does, because it’s at the heart of one of the key structures at the heart of our society, I think this tells us this isn’t about individuals, it’s about an institution.
“And it’s also about our media. Is it fit for purpose? The way it’s operated, the way it has treated Meghan Markle.
“I think there are serious questions around that. We live in a democracy and I think the decision about what any change looks like, how we’re governed, should be made by the public.
“Not the Royal Family, not politicians like me, but by the public and they’ve never been asked that. We live in a democracy but have we been asked how we want to be governed?
“So I think ultimately this will have long term implications. We won’t see them immediately and it might not be a bad thing.”
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