Despite delivering a first class service for many years, the Royal Male known as Prince William is to be sold off by the Government. The RAF Search and Rescue pilot has completed his last posting on Anglesey and, having dealt with many yachts capsizing and boats sinking in the Irish Sea, now faces a future based on a successful flotation.
Prince William said that he hopes to spend more time at home with his family in Kensington Palace, working on the development of what he referred to as a Special Delivery. But he also thanked the people of Anglesey for their hospitality, especially the landlord of their rented home, who he described as an ‘A1 Letter.’
“One feels that one has done one's best, often in trying conditions,” he said. “But the Government is more interested in generating profits for shareholders than providing a service and one has to admit that one may not be helpful in that regard, considering one’s income from the state.”
Vince Cable, speaking on behalf of the Ministry For Using Public Money On Something Until There Is A Profitable Bit Of It That Can Be Sold Off To Our Mates, defended the policy. “Yes, Prince William does earn a packet but we need to attract investment in all the Royal Males such that past mistakes in their distribution can be properly addressed,” he explained. “The Duke of Cambridge should be in Cambridgeshire, The Duke of York should be in Yorkshire and the Earl of Wessex is clearly in need of modernisation.”