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Republicans: time to accept the truth of the matter

15 July 2020

12:05 PM

15 July 2020

12:05 PM

With all the focus republican lobbyists have placed on the Palace Letters – a move that has backfired considerably – it’s no doubt they’ll continue to pounce on any royal inconsistency – real or perceived – to advance their cause.

In 1953, according to other recently released documents, ‘Queen Elizabeth’ was implicated in bringing about the fall of Iran’s Mohammed Mossadegh and installing the Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi as absolute ruler of Iran.

This, of course, is not true.

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