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Prince of Wales to be scrapped in funding review

now seeking a loan from the Bank of Mum and DadAfter a funding review, the Government today announced plans for Prince Charles to be scrapped by 2017, and in addition for Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex, to be ‘mothballed’ for a decade or longer.

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Posted: Jun 15th, 2013
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Royal Jubilee engagements causing backlog of unopened supermarkets

Supermarket giants including Tesco and Sainsbury’s have led angry calls for the Royal Family to ‘stop fannying about for the Jubilee’ after news emerged that forty fully-stocked supermarkets have been left unopened for months.

‘We’ve been continuing to expand our operations across the United Kingdom,’ said Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke. ‘But since this Diamond Jubilee nonsense started, we’ve been left with 17 stores ready to go but unopened because the Royals are all booked up reading the weather or dancing with Usain Bolt in Jamaica or sailing down the bloody Thames.’

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Posted: Jun 1st, 2012
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‘Homeopathic royals cannot become King’ shock

Royals who embrace homeopathy cannot become King constitutional lawyers have discovered in a shock finding. ‘It has long been believed that only Catholics couldn’t become King,’ royal historian Dr David Starkey explained. ‘But lawyers have now unearthed an ancient statute that excludes homeopathic royals from becoming monarch.’

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Posted: Mar 12th, 2012
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Queen leads Windsor Uncut attack on Fortnum and Mason

Royal grocer Fortnum and Mason was yesterday hit by an occupation by the Windsor branch of UK Uncut.

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Posted: Mar 2nd, 2012
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Royal photographer slams Met pics

The noted fashion photographer, who took the gorgeous engagement pictures of Kate Middleton and Prince William, said the royal footage was ‘of unacceptable poor quality for pics of people very close to Camilla and Prince Charles.’

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Posted: Jan 5th, 2011
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