Is the royal wedding funded well enough?
Is the public being asked to look out for terrorists at the royal wedding an indication of Tory police cuts.
Why should the public have to pay ANY of their hard earned money for that royal wedding trash in the first place?
Maybe the tax payer should fund my wedding along with a honeymoon in a palace?
The British tax payer has paid for the whole event. The royal family get funded heavily by the taxpayer, use British property as if it were there own while the Tories cut back essential services.
The policing costs alone are estimated to be well over 20 million pounds!
Even more sinister is the numbers of people being arrested before any crime has been committed, once again the myth of free speech and democracy takes a huge hit.
by rafken6 years ago
Should the British tax payer pay for the upcoming Royal Wedding?Prince William and Kate Middleton will get married next year. Should the tax payer, pay for all of it, some of it or none of it?
by hannah086 years ago
I know that some are not interested about the upcoming Royal wedding and some are just being discreet not wanting to show what seems to be everyone's interest lately but silently updating themselves to the topic.From...
by Sue B.5 years ago
Anyone else think this is the funniest picture yet related to the royal wedding?This picture was forwarded to me via email.
by Stacie L7 years ago
Chinese manufacturers cash in on royal weddingReutersBy Royston Chan Royston Chan Wed Jan 12, 4:14 am ETYIWU, China (Reuters Life!) Britain may be on the other side of the world, but Chinese manufacturers...
by Joy566 years ago
I watched every minute of it, and loved it.... Some rights were wronged from previous mistakes, and it was indeed a fairytale day..... Two kisses aw i really enjoyed it, it was a true Handsome Prince, and...
by C.J. Wright7 years ago
Interesting. The official word is that since William is not an heir to the throne, the wedding is not a state event. Therefore invitations to heads of state are NOT required. However Obama has made some odd comments and...
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