SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: QUEEN'S GREAT NEPHEW GAGS A RACIST HECKLER AT UNIVERSITY DEBATE

A second member of the Royal Family has become embroiled in a race row in the space of a just a few days, writes SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE.

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