Royal Family earned £3.13 for each an every person in the UK.

The Royal Household accounts were published today, and can
be found in full on the Official Buckingham
Palace web site.

Head of State Expenditure is met from public funds in
exchange for the surrender by The Queen to the Government of the revenue from
the Crown Estate and other hereditary revenues.  The Treasury's gross
receipts in respect of the Crown Estate were £188 million in 2005-06. 

Whilst the left wing press like to tell us how much the
Royal Household costs to run, £37.3 million or £0.62p for every person in the
UK, that pales into insignificance against the earnings of the Crown Estates
into the Treasury, which earned £3.13 for each and every one of us.

Our Royal Family are excellent value for money (for those
who really need to see it set in financial terms), good value for Britain
and are the glue that holds this nation together.

I swore allegiance to Her Majesty and to the Crown, that is
the way it will remain, never freely or willingly giving anything to Europe.







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0 Responses to Royal Family earned £3.13 for each an every person in the UK.

  1. Anonymous says:

    Yes but! You are crediting them with handing over the profits from public estates, referred to by some as “Crown Estate and other hereditary revenues”.
    Let's not forget how these estates came into their possession. Basically brutal bullies with big gangs who took them by force torture and death in the distant past.
    It should be part of our shared human rights goals that the meek will re-inherit the earth and return these lands to the public.
    Power To The People!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Exactly, 'in the distant past' !!
    Our Government is doing the same to us today. Just wait until Clunking Fist Brown and his gang get round to getting their hands on your property which you have worked all your life for.
    It is interesting to note how Private Property is already referred to as the National Housing Stock.
    If you have a dream that these guys are Socialists who work for the good of the people, dream on. Your nightmares are just beginning.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I'm glad that you seem to be agreeing with me that both the present and past regimes are/were immoral. That being the case, you cannot credit the royals for handing over profits which they are already morally bound to do. That would be double accounting. Fancy that!
    So, correcting the account, they didn't earn us £3-13 each, they cost us £0.62 each.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I most certainly DO NOT agree with you. The Royals of the past owned everything, including the people. So they could not have taken what they already owned.
    Over the centuries much of that has changed, so I really cannot follow your socialist logic. The Queen owns what is hers, and for the time being you own what is yours.
    The culture of blaming, especially the past, is what leads us into wars. I deal with the present.
    In the present our Queen and her family own the Royal Estates, and has put into the Treasury moneys for her Chancellor to use for the good of the people.
    It is no different from you handing all of your wage packet and any other income to Gordon Brown, and then him giving you an allowance to live on. Would you be happy with that?
    What is immoral is an unelected prime minister, who will be selling our sovereignty to foreign powers, to be run by unelected dictators.

  5. Anonymous says:

    I don't consider myself a socialist, I believe in meritocracy. I own my house as a result of paying for it and can produce the paperwork to prove it. Others can show their tax receipt from when they inherited it. The royals can do neither.
    We need to junk this concept of royalty and move on. The US managed it several hundred years ago and most of Europe has followed suit.