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Prince Charles accepting bags of cash for his charity 'would not happen again'

Sky News Wednesday, 29 June 2022
Prince Charles accepting bags of cash for his charity 'would not happen again'The Prince of Wales accepting bags of cash for his charity "would not happen again", a senior palace source has said.
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