News Buckingham Palace is not immune to Government policy of making money go further

Royal Household must ‘do more with less’, say MPs after review of finances

Page 3 Profile: Sir Malcolm Ross, member of the Royal household

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Kate Bush, one of Britain's most unique and innovative singers

Singer Kate Bush dedicates her CBE to her family and musical collaborators

Kate Bush, one of Britain's most unique and innovative singers, was made a CBE by the Queen today and dedicated the honour to her family and musical collaborators.

A view of Wembley, Liverpool will mark Hillsborough this weekend, respects paid to Thatcher
Juan Carlos I, King of Spain

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The Spanish king! Basking in the love of his subjects?

Baroness Thatcher with her son Mark and his wife Sarah in 2012

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He has a reputation for misadventure, but Mark Thatcher is determined to do the right thing by his late mother

From left: Francis Maude, David Cameron and ‘Black Rod’, Lieutenant-General David Leakey

Margaret Thatcher's funeral: A True Blue occasion that has been four years in the making

The guest list is decided, her final resting place selected and plans for protests accounted for. Oliver Wright reports on the secretive committee behind the Iron Lady's funeral

Marine fined £300 for wearing dress uniform and medals to which he was not entitled at family wedding

A Royal Marine corporal who wore the uniform of a sergeant and medals he was not entitled to at a family wedding to "big it up and impress his family" was fined £300 today .

The Queen receives honorary Bafta for 'Bond girl' role

The Queen has received an honorary Bafta in recognition of a lifetime's support of British film and television - and for being the most “memorable Bond girl yet”.

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh who will be joined by stars of stage, screen and television tonight to celebrate the British film industry at a glittering reception

British film industry to be celebrated at glittering royal party

The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will be joined by stars of stage, screen and television tonight to celebrate the British film industry at a glittering reception.

Queen receives £5m pay rise to carry out duties

The Queen has received a £5m pay rise from the taxpayer to carry out her official duties.

The News Matrix: Saturday 23 March 2013

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Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, holds a badge that reads

Duchess of Cambridge given 'Baby on board' badge on Tube visit

The Duchess of Cambridge has been given a gift every pregnant woman travelling on the London Underground probably needs - a “Baby on board” badge.

The Queen in her private sitting room in Balmoral

TV review: Her Majesty’s door still remains firmly closed to behind-the-scenes film-makers of Our Queen

“This is supposed to be like a secret door” said a palace functionary, pulling open the panelling of a Buckingham Palace reception room to reveal an ante-chamber. The hint was obvious. Our Queen, ITV’s feature-length documentary about the Diamond Jubilee Year, was going to grant us special access to the back rooms of monarchy.

The Queen had been due to attend the Commonwealth Day Observance at Westminster Abbey

Queen misses Commonwealth service as she continues recovery from stomach bug

The Queen has been force to cancel her appearance at a major service celebrating the Commonwealth as she is continuing to recover from her recent bout of gastroenteritis, Buckingham Palace said today.

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