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Charles ‘may have been sending letters since the 1970s’

In a newly-discovered note to James Callaghan, from 1976 the Prince of Wales: ‘Dear Jim, Please can you fix it for me that mummy abdicates before bloody Halley’s comet comes around again. Sincerely, Charles, age 28.’

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Posted: May 19th, 2015
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North Pole to release Prince Charles Santa Letters

After bowing to legal pressure, Father Christmas has decided to release all of the letters he has ever received from Prince Charles.

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Posted: May 17th, 2015
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Black Spider letters show Prince wanted badger cull to include Nicholas Witchell

Among the newly published correspondence between the Prince of Wales and Tony Blair is a letter from September 2005 when the Prince asked Blair to ‘introduce a badger cull to combat the spread of bovine TB and while you are at it can you include that sycophantic ginger pest at the BBC (you know who I mean)’.

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Posted: May 14th, 2015
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Cut-off Nepalese villages still unaware Kate has had girl, say Red Cross

will just have to find something else to keep them occupiedMany remote villages in the worst hit areas of Nepal remain cut off and completely unaware that the Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to a baby girl, according to the International Red Cross. Aid agencies have confirmed that thousands of people in Nepal’s middle hills and isolated western towns have still to be reached by rescue teams and given the news of the Royal baby.

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Posted: May 2nd, 2015
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The Queen rules out second term

Queen Elizabeth II has come out and categorically ruled out a second term at the head of the Monarchy. Having held the post of Head of State and Queen of 16 countries for the last 62 years, she is edging closer to the day her reign ends and she is now saying that when she [...]

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Posted: Mar 28th, 2015
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