Sunday, August 1, 2021

Turfing Out The Trash

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The royal family needs to wash its hands of its hangers on suggests Matthew Steeples

With even the staunchly royalist Daily Mail condemning Prince Andrew and his on-off ex-wife, Zara Tindall and the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, one has to question the need for the royal family.

 

Whilst Prince Charles and his delightful wife and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have morphed into dependable and decent sorts, the tawdry goings on of the paedophile associates and money grabbing appendages has become just too much.

 

It is now, we suggest, time to streamline the royal family and it is time the Queen turfed out the trash. If she doesn’t, 1992 will seem like a positive dream.

 

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  1. Well I think the grand old duke of York has some explaining to do. He can’t just come out with the usual press release and says he had no idea what Epstein was up to.

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