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'I want to be able to take risks': Prince Charles on his charity work with The Prince's Trust

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'I want to be able to take risks': Prince Charles on his charity work with The Prince's TrustIn a major BBC documentary to mark his 70th birthday next week, the heir to the British throne admitted he had needed to think outside the box to engage vulnerable young people.

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