Prince Charles has held private meetings with eight government ministers in the last 12 months, including Michael Gove, the education secretary, and Danny Alexander, chief secretary to the Treasury.
Details of these meetings with ministers are not disclosed, prompting calls for greater transparency.
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This is the second time in only a few months that it has come to light that Charles is being secretive in his political dealings. Also see: « i-thorts’ i-Views: Would Charles Be A Democratic Monarch? »
The only true currency in this bankrupt world is what you share with someone else when you’re uncool.
There is no doubt that Prince Charles feels frustrated that he has been the king in waiting for 60 years… That was always a non-starter. He knew full well the Queen would never, ever abdicate and he would have to wait patiently until his time came. em>
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Is the Prince of Wales fit to be the next king?
In a democratic society, it is imperative that government (not unelected royalty) make policies.
Charles, Prince of Wales (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The veils, thrown over Prince Charles‘s letters to ministers, from 2004 – 2005, just continues to show how undemocratic our next monarch has become.