William, Charles and Kate ‘hammered things out’ with Harry in private chat after funeral



PRINCE WILLIAM, Kate Middleton and Prince Charles had a private two-hour long chat with Prince Harry on Saturday, according to a royal source.
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Trouble brews between Trappist monks and Belgian mineral empire
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Could England’s future be a left-leaning south facing off against a conservative north? | John Harris
The pandemic has accelerated the movement of people, creating clusters of like-minded, homogenous communitiesLondon is changing, and so is the south of England. Whether recent predictions of a lasting drop in the capital’s population and emptied-out office districts will come true is still unclear. But something has definitely been happening, for the best part of a year: thanks to Covid and its disruptions, a sizeable number of people are deciding to leave the city and head elsewhere, chasing space, greenery – and, in many cases, the company of like minds.Former Londoners, it seems, have recently set up home as far afield as Devon and Cornwall. Estate agents report relocations to such commuter-belt towns as Broxbourne in Hertfordshire, Reigate in Surrey and Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire. At the same time, people seem to be pitching up in and around places associated with a liberal, remain-ish view of the world: Oxford, Brighton, Bath, the more affluent parts of Bristol. In Frome, the Somerset town where I have lived since 2009 and which is now a byword for a broadly Green political outlook and a trailblazing town council, you can hear the endless crashes and clunks of house renovations ordered by new arrivals from the Big Smoke. Continue reading...
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