SIR – Surely now is the time for the Queen to cut to the chase and place the Duke of York safely out of harm’s way, possibly in the Australian outback, where he can do no further damage to the monarchy. At this time of great concern for our country we do not need his sordid details taking up valuable space. We are fighting for our survival as it is. Let him sort his own problems out, without any further advances from the public purse. Nearing the end of her reign, the Queen needs our continued love, not sympathy for her errant son. G T Higgins SIR – The maxim “Never complain, never explain”, coined by Benjamin Disraeli, has been a guiding mantra for the Royal family and our…
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