الأحد , يونيو 14 2020

Court allows Charles letters release

Prince Charles

The Supreme Court says letters by Prince Charles to the government can be published, after a Guardian campaign.

The UK’s highest court was asked to judge whether the Attorney General’s office acted unlawfully when it prevented their publication in 2012.

The newspaper sought disclosure of the letters, written to seven government departments between 2004-5.

The prince’s office at Clarence House said it was “disappointed the principle of privacy had not been upheld”.

A spokeswoman also said the issue was “a matter for the government”.

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