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Prince Philip reacts to the news that he will not be prosecuted over Sandringham car crash

The Duke of Edinburgh has reacted to the new that he will not face prosecution over the Sandringham Car Crash last month, with a Buckingham Palace spokesperson saying he “respects” the decision. The Crown Prosecution Service revealed that it is not within the public interest to prosecute the 97-year-old in relation to the incident. A Buckingham Palace spokesperson said Prince Philip…
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The Duke of Edinburgh surrenders his driving licence

The Duke of Edinburgh has surrendered his driving licence voluntarily following a car crash last month which left two women hospitalised. Speaking on Saturday evening, a Buckingham Palace spokesperson said: “After careful consideration, The Duke of Edinburgh has taken the decision to voluntarily surrender his driving licence.” In February, Prince Philip was involved in a car collision near the…
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Prince Philip: "I am deeply sorry"

The Duke of Edinburgh has contacted the passenger of the Kia which he was involved in a collision with last week expressing his sorrow over the incident. In the letter addressed to Emma Fairweather which has since been published in the Sunday Mirror, the 97-year-old said…
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The Queen sends message to Prince Philip's car crash victim

Her Majesty The Queen has sent a message to Emma Fairweather, one of the people in the Kia that crashed with Prince Philip’s Land Rover last week on the A149 near the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk. Ms Fairweather, who suffered a broken wrist as a result of the accident, exclusively revealed to the Mirror that Her Majesty reached out to her via her most trusted lady-in-waiting, Mary…
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Is Prince Philip above the law?

Following the Duke of Edinburgh’s car crash on Thursday and the subsequent pictures which emerged showing him driving without a seatbelt, we have been inundated with readers asking us whether Prince Philip is above the law. Here, we will try and explain. Short…
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Prince Philip back behind the wheel again - and without a seatbelt

The Duke of Edinburgh has been spotted behind the wheel again, just two days after his car accident where the 97-year-old was lucky to survive with no serious injuries. The Duke was driving alone, wearing tinted glasses, and without a seatbelt when the Daily Mail photographed him driving his Land Rover Freelander into the Sandringham Estate earlier today. Those on social media have called Prince…
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