Windsor Castle workers demand ‘loyalty’ as domestic workers are axed to the Queen’s family’s HALF

The Covid-19 could cost up to half of the Royal Collection Trust's 60,000 royal staff after creating a হ 16 million black hole with his Excellency's financial support.

Workers gathered at Windsor Castle to protest plans by up to half of the Queen’s official staff to cut through the coronavirus epidemic.

On Tuesday, staff at the Royal Collection Trust staged a silent protest outside Windsor Castle over the new plan, which said workers had had their pensions cut and 200 compulsory redundancies handed over.

The workers, who run the public inauguration of His Majesty’s residences, demanded ‘loyalty’ from their employers and put up a sign saying ‘King Henry beheaded … now they want to pick up our jobs and cut our pensions’.

Compulsory and voluntary unnecessary reports come after the coronavirus crisis Herges has created a তৈরি 18 million black hole funded.

The Royal Collection Trust, which is one of the five divisions of Royal Housing, employs 60,000 people across the country, including Buckingham Palace and Windsor in Berkshire.

The duties of ‘loyal’ workers are to preserve the historic Royal Collection, one of the largest private art collections in the world.

The Covid-19 could cost up to half of the Royal Collection Trust’s 60,000 royal staff after creating a হ 16 million black hole with his Excellency’s financial support.

Royal staff staged a silent protest outside Windsor Castle on Tuesday over the new plans, to show that 200 mandatory non-essential events had been handed over.

Royal staff staged a silent protest outside Windsor Castle on Tuesday over the new plans, to show that 200 mandatory non-essential events had been handed over.

The Royal Collection Trust is a registered charity founded in 1987 and workers have maintained and preserved the Royal Collection ever since.

It plays a wide-ranging essential role in his majestic home, including the role of conservator, curator, merchandiser and visitor service.

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The trust is responsible for securing adequate resources to improve the collection but allows the public to enjoy his or her esteemed family.

It operates the public opening of Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and Hollywoodhouse Palaces in Edinburgh.

The Public and Commercial Service Union (PCS), which represents workers, believes that redundancy could have been avoided if the royal family had not been exposed.

It added that 104 workers had shown interest in voluntary rehabilitation, 92 had taken them.

According to the PCS union there may be 200 more mandatory non-essential items for employees of the royal family.

But workers who are employed will have to pay a seven per cent cut on non-contributory pensions.

Mark Page, industry officer at PCS, said: ‘Loyal staff members should not face such threats.

‘Even acknowledging the epidemic, unprotected workers believe that Royal Housing had a record number of ticket sales and retail sales in recent years had enough resources to overcome the financial storm.

‘The only department that Royal Housing is now penalizing is the profiteers who are directly responsible.’

The Public and Commercial Service Union (PCS), which represents royalty, says workers who are employed may receive a %% deduction on their unpaid pensions.

The Public and Commercial Service Union (PCS), which represents royalty, says workers who are employed may receive a %% deduction on their unpaid pensions.

The conservation work of the Royal Collection Trust is done without spending any government money and proceeds from admissions, shops and other initiatives.

A spokesman for the RCT said: ‘Due to the impact of the Kovid-19 epidemic, funded by the Royal Collection Trust, we had to take a number of steps to reduce staff-related costs.

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‘We have completed a period of consultation on the proposed reduction of pension contributions in addition to the implementation of pay-stabilization as well as the provision of voluntary severance programs for employees and will discuss our response with the unions soon.’

What is Royal Collection Trust?

The Royal Collection is a British charity founded in 1987 by Queen Elizabeth II under the presidency of Charles, Prince of Wales, to manage the Royal Collection.

It is responsible for the care and presentation of the collection, which is one of the most important private art collections in the world.

The collection, spread across 13 occupied and historic historic royal residences in the United Kingdom, is owned by Elizabeth II and overseen by the Royal Collection Trust.

It conducts the public inauguration of the official residences of His Majesty the Queen.

Their website states: ‘Through our work in publications and retail products, ranging from exhibitions and learning programs, we ensure that the Royal Collection and Palaces should be valued and enjoyed by everyone.’

Source: Royal Collection Trust

A PCS spokesperson said: ‘One hundred and four people were interested in the voluntary redundancy scheme, 99 actually accepted it.

‘We are expecting an announcement in the next few days of the mandatory project.

“In order to do what management claims they need to save, we believe they need to make 200 mandatory redundancies.”

Trump employs about 350 workers each summer to help home teams around the world create a ‘memorable experience for visitors around the world’.

Quinn, 99, and Prince Philip, 99, have been overseeing since Windsor since the lockdown began in mid-March when a group of protective providers called ‘HMS Bubbles’ surrounded them.

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The workers are divided into two groups of 12 people who move away from the family until a ‘three-week, three-week vacation’, Surya said.

That said, the Royal Staff, including chefs, cleaners and officials, spend two weeks at home and one to three weeks apart while away from Windsor.

After taking strict measures to protect the king, each crew was tested for Covid-19 and their temperature was taken before starting the rotation for another three weeks.

It was announced yesterday that the Queen would return to Buckingham Palace in October in anticipation of a resumption of ‘selected audiences and engagements’ for the first time since March.

The king and Prince Philip are usually in Aberdeenshire’s Balmoral until next month, but the journey will now begin before then, Buckingham Palace announced yesterday.

He and the Duke of Edinburgh will depart from Balmoral next week and travel to Norfolk together to ‘spend time privately’ at Sandringham Estate, where Philip Wood spends most of his leisure time on the farm.

Queen Windsor will then return in October, from where she will travel to Buckingham Palace for work.

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