Britons back new King Charles, so long as he keeps quiet

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By Michael Holden and Andrew MacAskill LONDON (Reuters) – King Charles has enjoyed a surge in support since he succeeded Queen Elizabeth as Britain’s new monarch, a poll has shown, but some of those mourning his late mother warn he must follow her example and keep his views to himself. A YouGov survey for the Times newspaper found backing for Charles, 73, had dramatically risen since he became king when compared with polls earlier this year. There was a similar increase in backing for his wife Camilla, the Queen Consort. Now 63% think he will be a good king, a rise of 24 percentage points sinc…

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