Newspaper: About 100 employees of the British royal residence received notices of dismissal

The Guardian newspaper reported on Tuesday that about 100 employees of the residence of British King Charles III could be fired from their positions after his accession to the throne.

The newspaper, citing informed sources, said the staff had received layoff notices as the new king moved from his residence at Clarence House to Buckingham Palace.

It added that among those who received such a notification, there are employees of the financial department, the public relations department, personal secretaries and family employees. He cites a source that all employees expressed shock at the notices.

However, she indicated that a final decision on this matter has not yet been made. The laid-off employees are expected to be offered alternative jobs with other royal families.

The newspaper added that according to the latest information, 101 people work at the royal residence Clarence House.

Source: TASS

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