The Virtual Stoa
“Republic, the campaign for an elected head of state, said Â£37m was “fantasy” and claimed the real figure was Â£150m”
That still makes each taxpayer’s burden only about the cost of a pint. I think you/they should be more worried about this: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/6250432.stm
(But presumably even anti-monarchists don’t want these buildings crumbling)
No, we want to see them turned into public art galleries.
er.. Trident, Iraq . I could go on….
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