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The Independent

Royal employees advised their jobs could possibly be affected following Queen’s demise

Royal employees who offered private companies to the late Queen have been advised their jobs will probably be affected underneath King Charles III.

A letter has been despatched to numerous staff saying that consultations will probably be held.

The letter, from Sir Michael Stevens, keeper of the privy purse, says: “I’m certain you may respect that these are delicate and difficult instances.”

He provides that work is underneath solution to help employees and guarantee there are “good communications” over the approaching weeks.

The letter says: “In keeping with continuity, the method on Accession is actually that the necessities and the aim of the Family proceed unchanged following demise.

It’s understood that employees on the King’s former official residence Clarence Home may lose their jobs (Nick Ansell/PA)

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“Whereas it’s too early to substantiate the place definitively, it’s anticipated that solely a really small minority of staff (fewer than 20) who offered private companies to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth will see their posts affected by Her Majesty’s demise.

“We will probably be consulting with you and people affected in relation to those anticipated adjustments after the State Funeral. These affected are being written to.”

Final week it was disclosed that as much as 100 staff on the King’s former official residence, Clarence House, had been notified that they might lose their jobs.

Mark Serwotka, basic secretary of the Public and Commercial Services Union, which represents numerous staff within the royal households, stated employees had labored for the Queen for numerous years and felt “let down” after receiving the letter.

“Our members are disillusioned and saddened by this growth,” he stated.

Conferences are being held with these affected and employees are being advised they will contact worker help suppliers within the coming weeks.

Buckingham Palace has been contacted for a remark.

A Buckingham Palace supply stated: “The family is working to help any employees affected by adjustments following the demise of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth.”

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