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Queen is beyond reproach and distinct from royal family, UK PM Johnson says

Reuters Friday, 29 November 2019
Queen Elizabeth is beyond reproach but there is a distinction between the monarchy and the rest of the royal family, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Friday when asked if the monarchy was beyond reproach after the scandal involving Prince Andrew.
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