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The police have been asked to look at Prince Charles’s ‘grubby and scuzzy’ alleged acceptance of bags of cash worth millions from a Qatari sheikh.
Former Cabinet minister Norman Baker said he had contacted officers to say they should consider the astonishing new claims about fundraising for the Prince of Wales’s good causes as part of an ongoing criminal inquiry.
The ex-MP added that the prince had met Arab royals and sheikhs on 95 occasions in just over a decade and said the public needed to know how often money changed hands – and what issues the donors raised at the time.
The police have been asked to look at Prince Charles’s ‘grubby and scuzzy’ alleged acceptance of bags of cash worth millions from a Qatari sheikh
It emerged at the weekend that former Qatari prime minister Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim Bin Jaber Al Thani donated £2.5million to the Prince of Wales’s Charitable Fund (PWCF) in cash. The prince and his fund claim all matters were dealt with properly, but without