Lord Frederick Windsor
Son of Prince Michael of Kent
Lord Frederick Windsor
The Lord Frederick Michael George David Louis Windsor is a British financial analyst, and the only son of Prince and Princess Michael of Kent (née Baroness Marie-Christine von Reibnitz). He is a member of the British Royal Family, known as the House of Windsor. His paternal great-grandparents were King George V and Queen Mary. His maternal grandparents were Baron Günther Hubertus von Reibnitz and Countess Maria Anna Szapáry of Muraszombath and Szapár.
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News of the World paid over £300,000 to private investigator, trial hears
Guardian (UK) - over 3 years
Andy Gadd says he worked exclusively for paper's news editor, Ian Edmondson, between 2004 and 2010 on 'tracing' work A private investigator who worked exclusively for News of the World news editor Ian Edmondson invoiced the paper for more than £300,000 over five years for "tracing" work, the phone-hacking trial has heard. Andy Gadd, who described himself as an "investigative researcher", estimated he worked "two or three" days a week on average for the paper, paid initially by cheque, then through bank transfer BACS. Gadd said he knew Glenn Mulcaire, another private investigator who worked for the paper, as both had worked for the same research agency in the 1990s, where they did "tracing" work. Giving evidence, Gadd said he first worked for Edmondson when the journalist was on the Sunday People, then continued to work exclusively for him when he returned to the News of the World. He said he was "totally freelance" and not on a weekly contract, but paid for "time spent" on th ...
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Phone hacking: four admit to plots in Brooks and Coulson eras
Guardian (UK) - over 3 years
News of the World editors 'must have known' of crimes, says prosecution as trial opens Three former news editors from the News of the World have pleaded guilty to conspiracy to hack mobile phones during a six-year period when Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson were editing the Sunday title, it was disclosed in court. The two high-flying tabloid journalists were accused of knowing about voicemail interception at the newspaper, of plotting to pay money to corrupt public officials – and, in the case of Brooks, participating in "a cover-up" when concerns about hacking became public in 2011. Opening the Old Bailey trial of Brooks, Coulson and six others, crown counsel Andrew Edis QC said the guilty pleas meant that the original claim made by the tabloid's publisher, News International, that the hacking was the work of just one reporter, Clive Goodman, was demonstrably incorrect. The three former News of the World news editors who had pleaded guilty to the interception of voicemails were G ...
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By: National Trust - Caymanian Compass
Google News - over 5 years
It is known that in 1662, the new governor of Jamaica, Lord Windsor, received royal instructions to take charge of the “Caimanes Islands …. By planning and raising fortifications upon them.” Although there was some settlement, the task of fortifying
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Wimbledon 2011: shattered Andy Murray admits Rafael Nadal semi-final loss 'tough' - Telegraph.co.uk
Google News - over 5 years
Also looking on from the Royal Box, which at times was less than half full, included The Duke of York and his 22 year-old daughter, Princess Beatrice, the Duchess of Gloucester, Princess Michael of Kent, Viscount Linley and Lord Windsor
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Barry Athletic Bowls Club celebrates centenary year! - Barry and District News
Google News - almost 6 years
The Island-based Barry Athletic Bowls Club, sited on land owned in 1900 by Lord Windsor who five years later became the First Earl of Plymouth, marked its 100th anniversary at a special event in April preceding the 2011 season. The Earl of Plymouth,
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Prisoners help transform historical beauty spot - Redditch Standard
Google News - almost 6 years
The medieval monastic estate at Hewell was acquired by Lord Windsor in 1542 and was one of the chief residences of the family until its sale in 1946. The first house on the site was built in the 16th Century and was altered and refaced by Smith of
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