This video from ITN TV in Britain says about itself:
Prince Charles accidentally revealed what he really thought about the press when he posed for pictures in the Swiss Alps with his two sons William and Harry. Not realising he could be heard he described reporters as “those bloody people” and a BBC journalist Nicholas Witchell as “awful”.
From British daily The Independent:
How Prince’s food is destroying rainforests
Duchy Original biscuits, soup and pies contain oil responsible for deforestation
By Martin Hickman, Consumer affairs correspondent
Saturday, 2 May 2009
Prince Charles, who is touring the world campaigning to save the rainforests, is selling products containing an ingredient blamed for wrecking them.
Palm oil is present in five of products in his Duchy Originals range of organic groceries sold in British shops.
In the past year, Prince Charles has flown to the Amazon and Indonesia to lecture politicians, businesses and the public about the need to save rainforests, whose rapid destruction kills rare animals and hastens climate change.
WWF to grade palm oil buyers: here.
British supermarkets accused over destruction of Amazon rainforest: here.
Environmental campaigners Greenpeace have revealed some of Britain’s biggest brands are complicit in the illegal destruction of vast swathes of the Amazon rainforest: here.
ENVIRONMENTALISTS warned on Tuesday that scores of communities in Malaysia and Indonesia are being uprooted by rapidly expanding palm-oil plantations as corporations compete to meet demand for biofuels: here.
Orangutan guerrillas fight palm oil in Borneo: here.
Indonesian orangutans, tigers and elephants threatened by new logging scheme: here.
Telegraph: Prince Charles forced to rethink plans for Poundbury because of pollution fears: here.
Prince Charles’s meddling in planning ‘unconstitutional’, says architect Richard Rogers: here.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has accused Prince Charles of using his position to exert “undue influence” to sway planning decisions: here.
Prince William has been criticised over the amount of taxpayers’ money it will cost in extra police protection during his RAF training: here.
Animal welfare groups are accusing Britain’s Prince Harry of animal cruelty after he continued to play in a polo game after his horse was allegedly wounded by spikes on the royal’s riding spurs: here.