Ex-pupils angry at Gordonstoun plan for China outposts

August 1, 2020   |   Referencing article published by thetimes.co.uk
Former pupils at the alma mater of Prince Charles and three generations of royalty claim that establishing outposts in China would violate its founding principles.Gordonstoun in northern Scotland
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