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Butler and the Royals Friday, 7 November, 2003, 05:42 GMT
Police officer and Harold Brown (right) Police butler action defended
The chairman of the Metropolitan Police Authority has defended his force's actions in the "very strange" royal butler cases.
Prince Charles is said to be 'very stoical' Royal household answers critics
After St James's Palace has its say about the collapse of the second royal butler trial, the BBC's Peter Hunt looks at the issues involved.
Harold Brown A favourite royal servant
Harold Brown is a faithful and trusted servant, who remained in the Royal Family's employ despite being accused of theft.
The man Diana trusted to the end
Paul Burrell, who has been acquitted of theft, rose from humble origins to be the closest male confidant of Diana, Princess of Wales.
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What happened when?
The Palace's version of events

Royal axe man
Tough moderniser co-ordinates inquiry
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