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Ministers are required to send copies of Bills to Prince Charles Prince Charles was personally consulted by George Osborne about a controversial change to the law which has significantly boosted the Royal Family's finances.
When Sir Michael Peat retired from royal service two weeks ago, he told friends he wanted to make 'big money in the City'. And Prince Charles's former right-hand man has done exactly that, with a 250,000-a-year directorship courtesy of Roman
Charles hands old chum Fawcett a plum new role running his 45million Scottish estate Last updated at 10:39 PM on 9th October 2011 Old pal: Prince Charles with trusted valet Michael Fawcett at a Sandringham shoot He has been a major and sometimes
Prince Charles' top aide steps down Former accountant Sir Michael Peat returns to the private sector after nine years with the Prince of Wales Press Association The Prince of Wales' principal private secretary, Sir Michael Peat, is to step down from
Team Charles and Camilla (all 124 of them, costing 6m... from the man who runs his bath to the woman who talks to plants) It is the type of publicity drive rarely embarked upon by a member of the Royal Family. First, Prince Charles went on his green
A series of emails, minutes and letters disclosed in High Court documents give a fly-on-the-wall account of Prince Charles's repeated deployment of his aides to persuade the Emir of Qatar and planners to ditch Lord Rogers's glass-and-metal design in