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No Welcome for Princess Anne
Loaded on March 15, 1993 published in Prison Legal News March, 1993, page 11
Filed under: International, Prisoners-International. Location: United Kingdom.
Princess Anne of British royal family fame, did not receive a friendly welcome from some her less fortunate subjects when she paid a visit to Horfield Prison in Bristol.
Prisoners threw food and rubbish in a protest over conditions before the visit, and among the whistles and catcalls when she did arrive was one loud cry of "Up the IRA!"
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