Prince Charles honoured tycoon Lord Brownlow who bailed out his eco-village - News Summed Up

Prince Charles honoured tycoon Lord Brownlow who bailed out his eco-village


The Prince of Wales gave an honour to a controversial Tory peer who spent £1.7 million bailing out his failed eco-village in a string of secretive deals being investigated by the charity watchdog. Prince Charles presented Lord Brownlow with the award during a ceremony at Buckingham Palace after accepting millions of pounds in donations from him. SponsoredHis flagship charity also opened up Dumfries House, his 18th-century country estate in Scotland, for Brownlow’s 50th birthday — a black-tie event involving fireworks, bagpipes and a performance by a celebrity magician — and awarded the businessman’s company a £1.2 million construction contract. Lord Brownlow was made a Commander of the Victorian Order (CVO), an elite honour approved by the Queen MAIL ONLINEBrownlow, a recruitment tycoon, is best known for his role in funding the refurbishment of Boris Johnson’s Downing Street flat and was also recently reported to


Source: The Times July 02, 2022 23:16 UTC



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