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Promotion fit for King on cards for British ambassador

The visit of Queen Elizabeth was of course a great success for lots of people, but none more so than the British ambassador to Ireland, Julian King.

28th May, 2011

The visit of Queen Elizabeth was of course a great success for lots of people, but none more so than the British ambassador to Ireland, Julian King.

The usual impeccable (ie entirely unreliable) diplomatic sources say that His Excellency is one of the Foreign Office’s high fliers and that a key part of his mission in Dublin was to deliver the visit of QEII successfully.

Well, he can chalk that one down. Particularly...

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