Prince Charles vetted laws that stop his tenants buying their homes

Royals used secretive procedure to approve laws that gave special exemptions to Duchy of Cornwall

The royal family has used a secretive procedure to vet three parliamentary acts that have prevented residents on Prince Charles’ estate from buying their own homes for decades, the Guardian can reveal.

His £1bn Duchy of Cornwall estate was later given special exemptions in the acts that denied residents the legal right to buy their own homes outright.

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