Dish from Harry, one of their own, could fuel royal change

LONDON (AP) — In public, they present a united front — always. But Prince Harry has a very different story to tell about the British royals and the way they operate. Harry’s explosive memoir outlines a toxic relationship between the monarchy and the press. And it’s likely to accelerate the pace of change already under way following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Harry’s description of royals leaking unflattering information about other members of the family in exchange for positive coverage of themselves is one of the more tawdry allegations in his book, “Spare.” It’s one of several things that have watchers of the royal family saying there needs to be what one calls “some kind of reset.”