Retired Royal family chauffeur dies before being charged with sexual offences against young boys

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      There's another scandal linked to the British monarchy.

      The British Broadcasting Corporation has reported that a former Royal family chauffeur, Alwyn Stockdale, was suspected of sexually abusing two boys aged 10 or younger between 1972 and 1975.

      He was never charged but was reportedly going to be prosecuted before he died of natural causes last week.

      In one instance, a nine year-old was abused in the Royal Mews on Buckingham Palace Road; the other boy was assaulted in West Yorkshire.

      The names of the victims have not been released.