Palace Gifts Inquiry Clears Charles and Staff of Blame; NEW ROLE LOOKING AFTER PRIVATE PROJECTS FOR FORMER VALET TRUSTED BY PRINCE
Jobson, Robert, The Evening Standard (London, England)
Byline: ROBERT JOBSON
PRINCE Charles and his staff will be cleared of any "deliberate wrong doing" in the St James's Palace inquiry.
But the detailed report into the collapse of the Paul Burrell trial, claims of a cover-up of a gay rape and the sale by servants of royal gifts will concede mistakes were made when it is published on Thursday.
Among the recommendations by Charles's Private Secretary Sir Michael Peat, who led the four-month internal investigation, is the establishment of a royal gifts register, similar to the one MPs have to complete, in an attempt to end the widespread culture of Palace employees selling them for personal gain.
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Publication information: Article title: Palace Gifts Inquiry Clears Charles and Staff of Blame; NEW ROLE LOOKING AFTER PRIVATE PROJECTS FOR FORMER VALET TRUSTED BY PRINCE. Contributors: Jobson, Robert - Author. Newspaper title: The Evening Standard (London, England). Publication date: March 7, 2003. Page number: 5. © Not available. COPYRIGHT 2003 Gale Group.
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