The identities of the ministers who received confidential letters from Prince Charles promoting his personal views must remain concealed, government lawyers argued on Wednesday.

Even the dates on which the ministers received the letters must remain hidden, the lawyers told the court of appeal.

The arguments were made as part of a legal action in which the government is striving to keep secret the contents of letters the royal has sent to ministers.

Reported by the Guardian. You can read the full story here. 

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