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Clarence House Staff Hit With Redundancies in Wake of King’s Accession

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Fmr UK Ambassador to the US, France, & Turkey, Sir Peter Westmacott, on King Charles III

Dozens of Clarence House staff were given notice of the threat of redundancy while they worked round the clock in the wake of the King's accession, The Guardian has revealed.

Private secretaries, the finance office, the communications team and other loyal household employees were among those who received the letter, while the thanksgiving service for the Queen was taking place in St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh on Monday.