LONDON, Dec 28 (Reuters) - Britain's Prince Charles was accused of hypocrisy on Saturday for making a fervent "Buy British" appeal after signing a deal with the German car firm Audi. The Sunday Mirror said Charles had signed a 100,000 pound ($160,000) deal to replace his British-assembled Vauxhall cars with Audis before he appealed to local government, the armed forces, schools and universities to buy British food. "This is hypocrisy from the heir to the throne who appears not to care ...
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