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Prince of Wales

Asked whether the Prime Minister had any concerns over the Prince of Wales’s finances, the PMOS said the journalist was trying to tempt him into two no go areas as far as he was concerned. One was talking about the Royal Family and the other was talking about the Her Majesty’s Treasury (HMT). He would do neither.

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  1. Although I could be wrong, the last time someone tried to inquire into his tax records he announced his engagement. For someone who says he has nothing to hide has something to hide..

    Comment by Chris Roman — 25 Oct 2006 on 5:34 pm | Link
  2. If people are so ready to have a go at Charles and the Queen, then I also want to see the personal finances of Hilary Clinton, G.W. Bush, the Princes of Saudi Arabia, et al. You want to know all about the Monarchy of Britain, then demand that all heads of state and politicians open their wallets and bank accounts to public scrutiny.

    Comment by Me — 26 Oct 2006 on 2:33 pm | Link

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