BBC downgraded Prince Harry from their “Death List”

BBC has downgraded Prince Harry from their “Death List” means Prince Harry death is no more important enough to interrupt BBC Normal transmission.

However, their death will still be treated as major breaking news. Prince Harry along with Princess Anne, Princes Andrew and Edward, Countess of Wessex, Gordon Brown and US President Barack Obama are downgraded to category 2 known as “Other Notables”. Which meant the news of their deaths would have followed specific guidelines, including news flashes and documentaries.

The Category 1 list, which includes the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles and Prince William, remains unchanged. If they die, there will be an immediate interruption of all BBC programs with an official announcement normally via a Buckingham Palace statement.

Prince Harry now appears in a new list that includes the Pope, Muhammad Ali, Barack Obama, Nelson Mandela, Mikhail Gorbachev, Gordon Brown, the Dalai Lama, Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair, Nick Clegg and Bob Dylan.

Neither the BBC nor Buckingham Palace would comment on the changes last night.