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Saturday, April 07, 2007

Toff dies in Iraq

Prince William is said to be distraught after learning of the death of a "loose acquaintance" who was among the four British soldiers killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq.

Second Lieutenant Joanne Dyer attended Sandhurst military academy at the same time as Prince William, where they bonded over their mutual love of caviar.

A Clarence House spokesperson said: "Prince William was appalled to hear of Jo's death.

"Whilst he understands that loss of life in Iraq is inevitable, he would like to condemn in the strongest possible language the act of putting such a well-bred person on frontline duty. Such duties should be left to the common people, not the officer class of which Jo was a valued member."

David Cameron, leader of the Nasty Party, joined Prince William in criticising the move. "We will continue to vote with the government on Iraq while criticising the war at every opportunity," said the empty hypocrite.

The death raises further questions over the deployment of Prince Harry in Iraq. The Daily Express labelled it a "conspiracy", featuring an exclusive interview with Mohammad Al Fayed in which he suggests "They're trying to finish him off, just like his mother." Harry's partying ways are believed to be an embarrassment to the Royal Family.

Tributes have been paid to the other three soldiers killed on Friday, but no-one can remember their names.

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