Originally Posted by Erin9
Agreed. That is notable. Very nice to see JK on the list. Speaks volumes.
I mean he's more than the person who provided proof for Associated News. He was a high level aide who did a good job (And apparently was the one who realised and was willing to start doing something about the fact staff had no recourse against "principals"). And worked a lot for The Royal Foundation.
Nevertheless the fact that he was given an order by the King's own wishes is significant.