With Charles king, his Prince’s Trust youth charity goes on

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By Alistair Smout, Sarah Mills and Marie-Louise Gumuchian LONDON (Reuters) – A British youth charity set up by the then Prince Charles in the 1970s that has helped a million young people, including actor Idris Elba, to get training, find work or create community projects will continue to operate now he is monarch. Charles, who became king last week after the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth, set up the charity with 7,500 pounds ($8,678) of severance pay from the Navy, to tackle high youth unemployment he feared would leave young people marginalised. It will retain its original name, The Pri…

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