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  • Referring to the prince's Duchy Originals food company as "dodgy originals" he said the firm's promotion of a "detox" tincture made from artichoke and dandelion was an example of how the prince peddled scientifically unproven therapies.

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  • The royal couple arrived first at the Darwen Aldridge Community Academy, where William launched a "prince's award" for the educational charity SkillForce.

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  • I suspect it'll be the equivalent of Sleeping Beauty waking up from her long sleep without the help of the prince's kiss, or like Little Red Riding Hood devouring the wolf instead of vice versa.

    Odin's Day

  • The prime minister emphasised his support for the crown prince's long-standing work to achieve political and economic progress in Bahrain, and said that Britain would back efforts to normalise the situation and return Bahrain to a credible long-term process of reform.

    Anger as Cameron invites Bahrain crown prince to No 10

  • Furthermore, the prince's fascination with "The Swan/Stranger" — which in the past led to sometimes disapproving discussions of the narrative's "gay themes" — seems less controversial today.

    Fair Feathered Friends

  • In the end, the prince's spirit leaves his lifeless body in the wake of Tchaikovsky's surging "storm" music, to join on high, as an apotheosis, the swan-man who battled his own circle to provide solace and warmth for the human prince.

    Fair Feathered Friends

  • The prince's illegitimate brother Don John, however, jealous of both Don Pedro's power and his affection for Claudio, plans to sabotage the coming wedding.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • So why not intervene in Bahrain, a former British protectorate whose king and crown prince's son are Sandhurst-trained?

    If Britain sees fit to intervene in Libya, why not in Bahrain? | Letters

  • Entry tags: gay, general blather, high fantasy, serialized fiction, the prince's boy

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  • Robert Palmer, of Global Witness, said the prince's dealings had given the impression that Britain condemned corruption only in principle: "Our political leaders say how critical it is that we curb corruption that is undermining development and yet, on the other hand, we have figures like Prince Andrew cosying up to seriously questionable figures."

    Human rights groups demand review of trade with corrupt regimes

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