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PostPosted: Sun Jan 26, 2020 1:28 am    Post subject: Prince Charles Secret GCHQ MI5 MI6 Great Reset Cult Guru Reply with quote

Paradise Papers: Prince Charles lobbied on climate policy after shares purchase
By Paradise Papers reporting team
BBC Panorama - 7 November 2017
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-41901175

Paradise Papers: Prince Charles’ offshore investments revealed
Prince Charles campaigned to alter climate-change agreements without disclosing his private estate had an offshore financial interest in what he was promoting, BBC Panorama has found.

The Paradise Papers show the Duchy of Cornwall in 2007 secretly bought shares worth $113,500 in a Bermuda company that would benefit from a rule change.

The prince was a friend of a director of Sustainable Forestry Management Ltd.

The Duchy of Cornwall says he has no direct involvement in its investments.

A Clarence House spokesman said the Prince of Wales had "certainly never chosen to speak out on a topic simply because of a company that it [the Duchy of Cornwall] may have invested in".

He added: "In the case of climate change his views are well-known, indeed he has been warning of the threat of global warming to our environment for over 30 years.

"Carbon markets are just one example that the prince has championed since the 1990s and which he continues to promote today."

'Conflict of interest'
He added Prince Charles was "free to offer thoughts and suggestions on a wide range of topics" and "cares deeply" about the issue of climate change but "it is for others to decide whether to take the advice".

Sir Alistair Graham, former chairman of the Committee on Standards in Public Life, said Prince Charles's actions amounted to a serious conflict of interest.

He said: "There's a conflict of interest between his own investments of the Duchy of Cornwall and what he's trying to achieve publicly.

"And I think it's unfortunate that somebody of his importance, of his influence, becomes involved in such a serious conflict."

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The leaked documents held by law firm Appleby show the Duchy of Cornwall also made offshore investments totalling $3.9m in four funds in the Cayman Islands in 2007. This is legal and there is no suggestion of tax avoidance.

A Duchy of Cornwall spokesman said Prince Charles voluntarily pays income tax on any revenue from his estate.

He added the estate's investments "do not derive any tax advantage whatsoever based on their location or any other aspect of their structure and there is no loss of revenue to HMRC as a result".

Kept confidential
The prince began campaigning for changes to two important environmental agreements weeks after Sustainable Forestry Management (SFM) sent his office lobbying documents.

Prince Charles's estate almost tripled its money in just over a year although it is not clear what caused the rise in the share value. Despite his high profile campaign, the environmental agreements were not changed.

The documents reveal the Duchy of Cornwall, an £896m private estate that provides Prince Charles with an income and which he is said to be "actively involved" in running, bought the shares in February 2007. At the time $113,500 was worth about £58,000.

One of SFM's directors was the late Hugh van Cutsem, a millionaire banker and conservationist who has been described as the one of the Prince's closest friends.

The minutes of a company board meeting that approved the Duchy's shareholding say: "The Chairman thanked Mr van Cutsem for his introduction of the Duchy of Cornwall and the Board unanimously agreed that the subscription by the Duchy of Cornwall be kept confidential except in respect of any disclosure required by law."

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SFM traded in carbon credits, a market created by international treaties to tackle global warming.

It wanted to trade in credits from "tropical and subtropical forests" but was hampered by two important climate change agreements, the EU's Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) and the Kyoto Protocol, which largely excluded carbon credits from rainforests.

When the Duchy bought its shares, SFM was lobbying for a "change in policy" on carbon credits, the documents show.

It had hired the US former lead negotiator on the Kyoto Protocol, Stuart Eizenstat "to lobby for inclusion of forest carbon credits" in new US and EU laws and regulations.

Board minutes from February 2007 show SFM was also taking "steps to influence events to support forest credits" ahead of Kyoto Protocol meetings at the end of the year.

On 6 June 2007, four months after the Duchy bought its shares, Mr van Cutsem asked SFM's chairman to send lobbying documents to the office of the prince.

Under the heading "public policy and advocacy", minutes of a board meeting held in Paris say "the chairman referred the committee to the bundle of materials which had been prepared by the company for various policymakers... Mr van Cutsem... asked that a set of documents be prepared for the Prince of Wales office. The chairman undertook to do so".

Rainforests project
Four weeks later, on 2 July, Prince Charles, made a speech that criticised the EU ETS and Kyoto Protocol for excluding carbon credits from rainforests, and called for change.

Speaking at the Business in the Community Awards Dinner, the prince said: "As the Kyoto protocol now stands tropical rainforest nations have no way of earning credits from their standing forests other than by cutting them down and planting new ones," he said.

"The European Carbon Trading Scheme excludes carbon credits for forests from developing nations. This has got be wrong and we must urge the international community to work together to redress these failings urgently."

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The campaigning was taking place ahead of meetings about the Kyoto Protocol
In October 2007, he launched the Prince's Rainforests Project, which aimed to "increase global recognition of the contribution of tropical deforestation to climate change and to find ways to make the rainforests worth more alive than dead."

In a speech to mark the launch, he said: "The Kyoto Protocol does not have a mechanism to protect standing rainforests.

"Credits are available for afforestation and reforestation projects, but not for maintaining an old growth forest. And the European Trading Scheme excludes carbon credits for forestry in developing nations altogether… surely we have to accept that the pressing urgency of climate change requires a response that embraces rather than excludes primary tropical forests?"

Panorama has been unable to find evidence of any speeches the prince made before 2008 about changing Kyoto and EU ETS to include carbon credits for rainforests. The programme asked the prince's office for any such speeches but they did not respond.

'Helping hand'
Over the next six months, the future king made further speeches and videos about rainforests.

In a video released in January 2008, the prince said: "The immediate priority, I believe, is the need to develop a new credit market which will give a true value to carbon and the ecosystem services the rainforests provide the rest of the world."

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In February 2008, he reportedly discussed rainforests at a private meeting with the then Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

Days later, he met with the then President of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso, and the EU's environment, energy, trade and agriculture commissioners.

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In a speech to 150 MEPs, he said: "I have great hopes that the next version of the European Emissions Trading scheme might extend the helping and very visible hand of a market approach to assist in keeping the rainforests standing… the lives of billions of people depend on your response and none of us will be forgiven by our children and grandchildren if we falter and fail."

On 18 June 2008, as the global financial crash was beginning, the Duchy sold its stake in SFM.

The documents show it was paid $325,000 for the 50 shares.

SFM is no longer in existence.


Media captionSir Alistair Graham says Prince Charles should be accountable to public scrutiny
The Duchy was established in 1337 and uses the income to fund the public, private and charitable activities of the Prince of Wales and his children. Its accounts are independently audited and put before Parliament.

A Duchy of Cornwall spokesman said the estate followed a "responsible investment policy which governs the sectors that it may invest in".

The Paradise Papers documents also showed about £10m of the Queen's private money was invested offshore in 2004-2005 in Bermuda and the Cayman Islands.

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Prince Charles's estate made big profit on stake in friend's offshore firm
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MPs urge transparency after Paradise Papers show prince’s estate held stake in forestry firm as he campaigned on climate
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Prince Charles with Hugh van Cutsem at an agricultural show in the 1980s. Photograph: PA/Guardian Design Team
The Prince of Wales’s private estate has invested millions of pounds in offshore funds and companies, including a Bermuda-registered business run by one of his best friends, according to documents in the Paradise Papers leak.

The Duchy of Cornwall’s decision to buy shares was regarded as highly sensitive and board members of the company, which invested in land to protect it from deforestation, were sworn to secrecy.

Documents show the duchy was introduced to the company by its director, Hugh van Cutsem, a millionaire horse breeder who owned a 1,600-hectare (3,400 acre) estate in Norfolk. He met Prince Charles when they were at Cambridge University in the 1960s.


While there was no tax advantage to the estate, the decision to give financial backing to a company run by such a close friend of the prince, and the insistence that the estimated $100,000 stake be kept secret, may raise awkward questions for the duchy.

Its financial advisers may also be asked if the duchy should have publicly declared the investment in a company that might have indirectly benefited from the impact of the prince’s longstanding support for conservation projects.

He has been making speeches and writing books on the environment since the 1980s. In January 2008, months after the duchy bought the shares, the prince released a video in which he called for new ways of supporting rainforests.

The duchy pointed to the prince’s track record on green issues and insisted he had “never chosen to speak out on a topic simply because of a company that the duchy may have invested in”.

It said the prince did not have any “direct involvement in investment decisions”.

But the Labour MP and tax campaigner Margaret Hodge said the disclosures confirmed the need for more transparency.

“It seems clear to me that Prince Charles could not have known or understood the nature of the investment in his friend’s company,” she said.

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“What is clear is that there should be proper transparency of all investments made by the Duchy of Cornwall, that the Prince of Wales should not be involved in investment decisions and that the Treasury should monitor the investments to ensure that the reputation and integrity of our royal family is protected.”

Before the Paradise Papers leak, there had been no public disclosure that the prince’s estate had offshore interests. While the royal household publishes annual accounts, it does not go into details about investments and where they are made – omissions that have been repeatedly challenged by parliamentary committees and campaign groups.

The Duchy of Cornwall is a private estate that was established in 1337 by Edward III to provide independence to his son and heir, Prince Edward. A charter ruled that each future Duke of Cornwall would be the eldest surviving son of the monarch and the heir to the throne. The duchy’s main purpose is funding the “public, charitable and private activities of the Prince of Wales and his family”.

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The duchy owns 53,000 hectares of land in 23 counties, including Prince Charles’s Gloucestershire home of Highgrove. It is a major business with interests in commercial and residential property and farmland. The latest accounts show it had assets of £913m in April.

The duchy’s portfolio included shares in a company called Sustainable Forestry Management, which it bought in early 2007, according to the Paradise Papers.

The company, which was registered in Bermuda’s capital, Hamilton, was set up in 1999 to trade in carbon credits. Van Cutsem, who died in 2013, was a director of SFM, a company that aimed to generate “attractive returns … by investment in the world’s tropical and subtropical forests”.


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Board minutes for SFM from February 2007 show the duchy had recently become an investor in the company with the purchase of 50 shares.

“The chairman thanked Mr Van Cutsem for his introduction of the Duchy of Cornwall and asked and the board unanimously agreed that the subscription by the Duchy of Cornwall be kept confidential, except in respect of any disclosure required by law,” the minutes say.

Other investors in the company included wealthy business people and society figures, including an Israeli billionaire.

The shares appear to have been held for about a year, after which they were transferred to another investor for $325,000.

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In the years after the duchy sold its stake, the company got into trouble after failing to raise enough funds to pursue projects, and was wound up in 2011.

Minutes for a later meeting show the company attempting to raise support for the 2007 “forest now declaration”, which called for policies and reforms to incentivise the protection of tropical forests and advocated the use of carbon credits.

The papers show Van Cutsem wanted to brief his friend on the issue and he “asked that a set of documents be prepared for the Prince of Wales’s office”.

The prince launched the Rainforests Project in October 2007, and in January 2008 it released a video in which he returned to the theme, saying: “We have to find a way of putting a price on them, on the forests, which makes them more valuable alive than dead. So how to do we do it?

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“The immediate priority, I believe, is the need to develop a new credit market which will give a true value to carbon and the ecosystem services the rainforests provide the rest of the world … In other words, pay for the perpetual retention of forests.”

The papers show the duchy also committed to invest £1m in a private equity fund based in the Cayman Islands. It became a partner in Coller International Partners IV-D, which acts as a feeder fund for a $2.6bn fund run from London.

The duchy has never had to pay any UK tax on its income or gains from investments, although since 1993, the prince has voluntarily paid tax on the income he gets from the fund each year, after some expenses.

A Clarence House spokesman said: “The prince has never chosen to speak out on a topic simply because of a company that the duchy may have invested in. In the case of climate change, his views are well known. Indeed, he has been warning of the threat of global warming to our environment for more than 30 years.

“Throughout this period, he has highlighted many different ways in which it might be possible to slow or halt the damage that is being done. Carbon markets are just one example that the prince has championed since the 1990s and which he continues to promote today, including in his most recent book published earlier this year.”

Asked about its investments, a duchy spokesman said: “The Duchy of Cornwall’s accounts are independently audited and presented to parliament every year. The Prince of Wales does not have any direct involvement in the investment decisions taken by the duchy. These are the responsibility of the duchy’s finance and audit committee.”

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The duchy said it would not comment on any of its investments.

“Because it is a private estate we do not comment on the details of the investments beyond stating that they must adhere to its responsible investment policy, which governs the sectors that the duchy may invest in. In all cases, these investments do not derive any tax advantage whatsoever based on their location or any other aspect of their structure, and there is no loss of revenue to HMRC as a result,” it added.

In 2013, the public accounts select committee questioned the fairness of the estate’s tax-exempt position. There have also been calls to extend scrutiny of the duchy’s business dealings; currently, the Treasury must approve all the duchy’s land deals, but only those with a value of more than £500,000.

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Davos 2020: Prince Charles meets Greta Thunberg
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51211853

Davos Special Edition: Royal assent for carbon tax 
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Carbon taxes get Royal seal of approval
It is not often that His Royal Highness Prince Charles is mentioned in the same breath as Ursula von der Leyen, European Commission president, or Axel Weber, UBS chairman, and Janet Yellen, the former Federal Reserve chair. However, this happened on Wednesday when the prince sternly told the business and political elites at Davos that it was high time that global leaders got serious about imposing a proper tax on carbon usage.

In some senses, he is a little late to this rhetorical game. After all, a host of economists, ranging from Yellen to Raghuran Rajam to Joseph Stiglitz, to name but a few, have called for a global carbon tax, and last month the IMF issued an admirably clear paper outlining what price would be needed to incentivise the reduction in carbon usage that could hit the Paris accord (around $75 a tonne, as a global average, rather than $2 today.)

Mr Weber, UBS chairman, suggested on Monday that the finance industry was ready to embrace this idea as a reference point for ESG finance. And, on Wednesday, Van de Leyen added her own influential voice to the debate by declaring that Europe will soon introduce “border adjustment mechanisms” (ie., tariffs) on imports from regions of the world which do not penalise carbon usage as much as Europe.


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She apparently believes that this can be done in a manner compliant with World Trade Organization rules and indicated that the laws could be drafted later this year; stressing that the aim was to prompt other countries such as China, Russia and India to introduce such taxes.

This is striking stuff — and is already prompting a host of policy wonks to redouble their efforts to suggest how carbon taxes should, or should not, work. However, Wednesday’s princely intervention is notable because it takes the debate out of geek circles into the Western tabloid newspapers, and popular consciousness. The dwindling group of fossil fuel companies which have been lobbying against the idea might take note. (Gillian Tett)

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Slowly but surely, the business world is inching toward a consensus on environmental, social and governance accounting standards. Brian Moynihan, chief executive of Bank of America and chair of the World Economic Forum’s International Business Council (IBC), announced on Wednesday at Davos that a large group of companies and the big four accounting firms had agreed on a new framework to disclose ESG data similar to how they disclose regular financial data.

The end goal is to create something akin to GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) for ESG.

If they can pull it off, it would be huge. But Bob Eccles, visiting professor of management practice at the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School, has been working in this sector a long time and he’s not ready to start the parade.

“I like the commitment but I’m dubious that a bunch of CEOs can just come out and declare a standard,” he said.

As loyal readers will be aware, we spend a lot of time talking about this issue at Moral Money — that’s because, as boring as it may seem, it is really important. The world needs to mobilise trillions of dollars to achieve the SDGs, and investors can only allocate their cash to these projects effectively if there is good data available.

Refinitiv’s new deep dive into the topic explains the problem. “The lack of actionable data results in capital markets that are unable to integrate sustainability considerations and, as a result, allocate capital to inefficient and often environmentally damaging effect,” chief executive David Craig wrote.

To bridge the gap Refinitiv said on Wednesday that it was joining the UN, the International Institute of Finance and a host of other groups to set new standards to improve the data that is available. This is a worthy cause, of course, as is Mr Moynihan’s with the IBC, but the irony is inescapable that the two groups launched their initiatives on the same day.

“The good news is that there is now general recognition of the need for standards for ESG . . . The challenge now is to reconcile the views of everyone trying to contribute to this,” said Mr Eccles. “Not surprisingly, they all think they have the right answer.”

Perhaps someday regulators will settle the issue, or all the groups working on it will lock themselves in a room and not come out until the problem is solved. Until then, we may be trapped in an endless cycle of proliferation. (Billy Nauman and Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson)

$4.3tn investor group adds more allies in fight for carbon neutrality
Two more of the world’s largest investors have joined the Net Zero Asset Owner Alliance agreeing to push the companies in their portfolios to reach carbon neutrality by 2050.

Generali, the third-largest insurer in the world, and the Church of England pension fund signed up with the group yesterday, bringing its member count to 18 and its collective assets under management to $4.3tn.

The initiative, which also includes Allianz and Calpers, the largest state pension in the US, was launched last September during Climate Week. At that time Anne Simpson, Calpers director of board governance, told Moral Money that the pension had identified 100 companies out of the 11,000 in its portfolio that account for three-quarters of its overall emissions.

The group’s plan is not to divest from these companies but rather to use their influence as a shareholder to lobby these companies to change.

And that work is beginning at Davos. Allianz, one of the founders of the Alliance, set up an invitation-only session for executives from 50 of their portfolio companies, featuring a presentation from former Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, climate scientist Johan Rockström, Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden, and Allianz chief executive Oliver Bä̈te.

The Alliance has promised to put out periodic progress reports, so it will be interesting to see how quickly these engagements have an effect. (Billy Nauman)

Big Tobacco’s ESG smoke signal for Big Oil
One of the slickest corporate outposts on the Davos Promenade this year is Philip Morris International’s storefront. As you walk from the Congress Centre to the Hotel Europe you can stop for a coffee or a science museum-worthy demonstration of how much less tarry your lungs will look if you smoke its IQOS heated tobacco product. The motto on its walls asks passing investors and government officials to “unsmoke your mind”.

Moral Money has written before about PMI’s CEO, André Calantzopoulos, and his unlikely effort to turn a company whose products have what he calls a “mortality” problem into a sustainability leader by persuading the world’s 1bn smokers to switch to products it says are less harmful.

That sounds in tune with the WEF, but the hosts of Davos have yet to unsmoke their minds to the extent of making tobacco executives like Mr Calantzopoulos full participants. “It’s very interesting that the WEF is saying it’s only by inclusion and collaboration that you can resolve a problem,” he observed pointedly.

That did not stop him from wading into the debate launched by Greta Thunberg and other activists who have called on investors at Davos to divest immediately from all fossil fuel companies.

“I don’t believe philosophically that exclusion has ever resolved any problem,” he told Moral Money. Investors excluding tobacco companies from their portfolios “is not going to persuade one [smoker] to switch,” he said, arguing that the same held true for fossil fuel companies.

No alternative to cigarettes or oil would have zero impact on people or the planet, he said, but governments and investors should still encourage the people who produce tobacco and fossil fuels to innovate and invest in alternatives.

That, he said, requires “sticks and carrots”, from taxes on the old product to subsidies for the new one. It also requires engagement, he argued: “Engagement is the only way to change human behaviour.”

A tip to the world’s oil majors: book your spot on the Promenade for next year without delay. (Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson)

Chart of the day

Global plastic consumption continues to grow
Despite all the announcements from companies about their efforts to reduce plastic packaging, plastic consumption volumes continue to grow, according to a Morgan Stanley report published on Wednesday. Global PET plastic used for water bottles is still growing at about 4 per cent a year.

“Structural demand is likely to continue, particularly across emerging markets.” Plastics growth is expected to slow in Europe, but Morgan Stanley’s analysts said they do not expect declines in any geographic market.

The analysis follows an October report from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation that said the world’s biggest consumer groups are still using very little recycled plastic in their packaging.

Grit in the oyster

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Democratic presidential contender Senator Elizabeth Warren, one of the Davos crowd’s favourite foils, has written to eight globally systemically important banks to inquire about their plans to mitigate climate change.

Warren asked the banks if financial regulators should be required to consider climate-related risks. She also asked how potential stress testing for climate change would affect each bank’s investments in fossil fuel and other carbon-intensive industries.

Warren has sponsored legislation to add new climate risk scenarios for bank stress tests. You can read the full text of the letters here.

Smart reads
Davos bigwigs are all talking about “stakeholders” this year, but as Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson explains in his latest column, workers want more than promises and have little faith their bosses will follow through on their inclusive rhetoric.

Too few executives have yet done the work needed to understand what life is like for the people they employ, or how giving them a living wage can benefit the company — and even its shareholders — in the long run. (FT)

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The Prince of Wales maintains a close interest in the work of the Intelligence Agencies.
In 2011 he became the first Royal Patron of the MI5, SIS and GCHQ, and has regular meetings with senior representatives from each agency.
RAF Menwith Hill is a joint UK and U.S. defence communications establishment, providing intelligence support for UK, U.S. and allied interests.


Prince of Wales visits Harrogate's RAF Menwith Hill to celebrate 60 years of operations
The Prince of Wales has toured the newly dedicated Serenity Park at RAF Menwith Hill in Darley.
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During a visit which lasted an hour and a half yesterday, Monday, His Royal Highness viewed the park built to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of operations at the site.

The park also celebrates the base’s close relationship with the local community, providing a space for people to find quiet and calm.

His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales visited RAF Menwith Hill on Monday.

The area is set to form a focal point of community events and celebrations in the years to come, as well as a spot for families to gather.

His Royal Highness, who was hosted by the RAF Cdr, Sqn Ldr Geoff Dickson, and the U.S Site Director, also visited the operations centre where he learned about the station’s history, mission and organisational partnerships, before addressing the workforce.

He met members of the Ministry of Defence and staff who work at the base to thank them and acknowledge the important work that they undertake.

Following the visits, Sqn Ldr Geoff Dickson said: “The delight on the faces of our employees reflects the honour we all feel in seeing His Royal Highness come to RAF Menwith Hill to see firsthand the work that we do, particularly in the year in which we are commemorating 60 years of operations.”


His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales outside the Operations Building with Sqn Ldr Geoff Dickson, RAF Cdr, RAF Menwith Hill.
RAF Menwith Hill is a joint UK and U.S. defence communications establishment, providing intelligence support for UK, U.S. and allied interests.

The Prince of Wales maintains a close interest in the work of the Intelligence Agencies.

In 2011 he became the first Royal Patron of the MI5, SIS and GCHQ, and has regular meetings with senior representatives from each agency.

Risk levels for Yorkshire revealed after Prime Minister sets out new system for coronavirus restrictions

His Royal Highness also presents the ‘The Prince of Wales’s Intelligence Community Awards’, to honour those whose vital work could never be celebrated publicly.



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PostPosted: Sun Oct 25, 2020 7:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Psst ... Charles hands gongs to spies
https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/psst-charles-hands-gongs-to-spies-n 77nbdq9wh9

David Leppard
Sunday December 16 2012, 12.01am, The Sunday Times

BRITAIN’S spy chiefs have recruited the Prince of Wales for a special mission ­ as a patron who will preside over top secret ceremonies to award gongs to the country’s best agents.

Prince Charles was personally invited by the chiefs from all three main intelligence agencies to become their first royal patron.

In his first engagement in the role last week, he presented what will become annual awards for espionage excellence ­ officially known as the Prince of Wales’s Intelligence Community Awards.

In the secret ceremony at St James’s Palace, Charles met several dozen officers from MI6, MI5 and the eavesdropping centre GCHQ and formally commended them for their outstanding work in keeping the country safe from terrorists and other “enemies of the state”.

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 26, 2020 10:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Where is the Queen?

31 January 2020 and the EU Withdrawal Agreement Act came into force.
Section 38 of this Act purports to acknowledge Parliament as a sovereign entity and that no statutes within this Act can ever challenge the sovereignty of Parliament.

Only the Office of Monarch is Sovereign, not the Monarch itself and the authority of the Office of Monarch is borrowed from the people. Parliament can never be sovereign and only holds legitimacy to act on behalf of the people to curb the powers of the Office of Monarch so long as the House of Lords and Office of Monarch are intact.

In this Unlawful claim of sovereignty Parliament has subverted the Constitution and the common law and given itself the powers of a dictator and has chosen to enact the MIT/Jeffery Epstein pseudo science coming out of the United Nations, as the only body of policy they serve upon the people.

This entire charade has nothing to do with pandemic it is the move to install the green policy which will shut down all nations and begin the population cull through starvation should you refuse to dance to the financial reset doctrine.
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Charles is immensely powerful and wealthy
Nobody in the country spends half as much on PR as he does.
And when anything leaks from his private circle hes straight to the courts

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3013932/He-t-ways-extraordina ry-effort-expended-keeping-black-spider-memos-secret-writes-N-WILSON.h tml

The Mail and everyone else know this after bitter experience
He's also now exempt from all FOI requests which is unbelievable

https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2010/sep/13/charles-letters-freedom-inf ormation-act

He has taken you in too with his 'duffer' image too it seems.
Don't be fooled by this wolf in sheeps clothing
He has ways of getting under ones skin
Even the best of us
I;ve seen it many times

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