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"Insidious corruption": The Duke of Cambridge condemns illegal wildlife trade in Washington D.C. speech

<![CDATA[The Duke of Cambridge condemned the illegal wildlife trade as "one of the most insidious forms of corruption and criminality in the world" when he spoke at the World Bank during a visit to Washington D.C. today. Prince William, speaking at the International Corruption Hunters Alliance conference, made his heartfelt plea to over 300 corruption experts, heads and senior…
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Family of nurse who committed suicide received letter from Prince William

<![CDATA[ When The Duchess of Cambridge was admitted to hospital in 2012 with morning sickness, Jacintha Saldanha, the nurse who was treating her, fell victim of a hoax call from two Australian radio DJs. A few days later, Jacintha committed suicide. Hundreds of people sent letters of condolence to the Saldanha family, including The Duke of Cambridge who wrote to say how saddened he and…
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Duke of Cambridge contributes to cookbook

<![CDATA[A new cookbook, The Dragons’ Kitchen, features a contribution from Prince William – but not in the way you’d expect! The 32 year-old Prince has written the foreword to the new book, which is a collection of recipes put together by Welsh Rugby…
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Prince William awards OBE to Damian Lewis

<![CDATA[Actor Damian Lewis has spoken of his amazement and joy after being awarded an OBE by The Duke of Cambridge. The star, best known for appearing in the popular US drama series Homeland, described the honour as a huge surprise. #459612394 / gettyimages.com Lewis’s performance as Major Richard Winters in the 2001 second film Band Of Brothers made the British-born actor a huge…
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Duchess of Cambridge and her 'date'

<![CDATA[It's not that sort of date, but a pupil from Highfield Community Primary School in Sunderland will be travelling to London to meet with The Duchess of Cambridge. Bailey Dunn is a finalist in the Child Champion Award category in the national Place2Be…
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Duke of Cambridge teams up with Angry Birds to raise wildlife crime awareness

<![CDATA[United for Wildlife, a collaboration headed by the Duke of Cambridge of seven of the world’s most influential conservation organisations, has teamed up with the world-famous online game Angry Birds in order to raise awareness of the crimes against wildlife and conservation. To raise understanding of the threats a number of animal species across the world face, United for Wildlife…
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