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Prime Minister John Howard says he hasn’t been invited to theforthcoming royal wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla ParkerBowles and wouldn’t expect to be. (Sydney Morning Herald — 25 February, 2005)
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The extent to which this week has been a bad one for Prince Charlesand his fiancee, Camilla Parker Bowles, was made clear by thenormally deferential media pack covering a London public appearanceby the Prince on Thursday. (The Age — 27 February, 2005)
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Queen’s not going, neither is John nHoward
Queen’s not going, neither is John nHoward

Prime Minister John Howard says he hasn’t been invited to theforthcoming royal wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla ParkerBowles and does not expect to be. (Sydney Morning Herald — 25 February, 2005)
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Prime Minister John Howard had not been invited to the wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles and would not expect to be, he said today. (The Australian — 25 February, 2005)
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Prime Minister John Howard says Australia will not have any official representation at the wedding of Prince Charles to Camilla Parker-Bowles Mr Howard says he has not been sent an invitation to th (ABC News — 26 February, 2005)
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The British monarchy has been seriously damaged by the litany of errors overshadowing the wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles, a new poll showed today. (The Australian — 27 February, 2005)
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Prince Charles says he’s “happy” with his mother’s decision to stay away from his civil wedding to Camilla Parker Bowles, but royal watchers say the Queen’s snub could damage the future of royalty in Britain. (The Australian — 24 February, 2005)
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An emergency declaration that Prince Charles’ civil marriage wouldbe legal has not stopped the humiliated heir from declaring thathis wedding plans had descended into ‘a bloody farce’. (The Age — 25 February, 2005)
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Prince Charles complained bitterly in a 1998 interview that the British people had “tortured” him over his relationship with Camilla Parker Bowles, said an excerpt published Sunday from a forthcoming book by a BBC journalist. (CNN — 28 February, 2005)
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Fears that terrorists could target the marriage of the Prince ofWales and Camilla Parker Bowles are just the latest bad news in astring of bureaucratic blunders and public relations gaffes thathave beset the coming nuptuals. (Sydney Morning Herald — 25 February, 2005)
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