Prince Charles’ private letters will not be published


Prince Charles’ private letters to Labour ministers between 2004 and 2005 will not—and should not—be published, ordered Attorney-General Dominic Grieve, reports Daily Mail. Until recently, a court rule ordered that the heir to the throne’s “black spider” letters should be revealed for the sake of public interest. However, Grieve said that the letters must be kept secret because once revealed, they will cast a doubt on the future king’s political neutrality. 



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