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King Charles’s ‘cash for honours’ aide got a £60,000 pay-off when he was forced to step down


King Charles’s ‘cash for honours’ aide got a £60,000 pay-off when he was forced to step down as Met Police says evidence has been handed to the Crown Prosecution Service in probe progress

  • King’s former aide Michael Fawcett got £60,000 pay-off when he stepped down
  • He left The Prince’s Foundation over a cash for honours scandal last year
  • He offered to help a wealthy Saudi donor obtain a knighthood and UK citizenship

The King’s former aide Michael Fawcett got a £60,000 pay-off when he was forced to step down from The Prince’s Foundation over a cash for honours scandal, the charity’s latest accounts reveal.

It means that in his last five months in office, Mr Fawcett, 60, received £190,000 from the charity, including his…



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