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Queen to get a 5% pay rise:

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The Queen is to receive an inflation-busting 5 per cent ‘pay rise’ next year, giving her an annual income of £37.9million.

Palace officials admit that the timing of the announcement, which coincides with yet another round of Government belt-tightening, is ‘not ideal’.

But they insist that the country still boasts a ‘value for money monarchy’ that costs each person in the country just 52.5p per year.

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Well I guess that she can now afford to buy a new style in hats,She has the same style (only in different colours) every time I see her.God Save our Gracious Queen.

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52.5p a year, I am sure many will still find that outrageous.

Less than the VAT on a £3 purchase or the tax on the cheapest bottle of wine.

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Good for her. Anyway, I really do not care if she gets a pay rise, I am more concerned about these mega companies who pay no taxes here.

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It's nice to see an elderly person get an increase pension...

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She a tourist corporation. That parachute jump into the Olympic stadium was worth a few extra pounds, I say.

God give the queen back, America. I would rather take my chances with her.

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