Did the Guardian have too much coverage of Prince Philip’s death? Elisabeth Ribbans

Many readers thought too much space in print and online was devoted to the Duke of Edinburgh’s passing

How much is the right amount of coverage for the death of a royal consort?

On Saturday 10 April, the day after Prince Philip died, the Guardian newspaper’s front page carried a black-and-white portrait of the duke, followed by 12 more pages of news – including a four-page obituary – one comment piece and a leader article.

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