More generations soon.
Mother of 4 lives in Britain's most expensive palace for 57 years rent free
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It's rumoured she's got a place up in Scotland aswell.
The Daily Mail readership will be going ape!!!
You should see the kids' wendy houses!
I may work this up to a NIB length piece later - any ideas welcome.
Just two weeks after George Osbournes tough announcements on people claiming housing benefit in Central London comes the shock revelation that a mother of four and her greek partner have been living rent three for a amazing total of 57 years.
Just to make this more shocking this has been happening right under the Chancellors nose only one mile from the house of commons at an address known as 1 Buckingham Palace, The Mall, London.
Osbourne has now got to question some of the tough austere measures he has taken to counter the benefit culture that has grown in the country in recent years and the example shown by this family right on his own door step shows how out of hand it has got.
Mr Osbourne was quite riled when informed of the luxurys held by this particular mother and her family and gave an angry response to their decadant lifestyle at the tax payers expense.
'Who do they think they are! Anyone would think their the Royal Family the way they are carrying on' remarked the Chancellor.
There must be a FP in this - could they be forced to change palaces to one up north, where rents are cheaper? The Guardian is concerned that this 'cleansing' could lead to an entirely royal-free south of England within 15 years?
Nice touches there Rick.
Where do you reckon they could go up North?
Chatsworth or what about Alton Towers?
Good stuff lads; like where it's going. I don't have time tonight but will give this a pop tomorrow and we can work on it more.
Lord Tebbit was heard to mumble "Get on your horse".
I think the greek was a lodger at first and the money paid for overseas trips and orgys`s ,sorry corgis.
One neighbour reported that there had been a "string of foreign gentlemen" visiting the property over the years.
Another neighbour revealed that the tenants' eldest son had "never done a days work in his life". The neighbour, who did not wish to be named, said that Charles Windsor "just hangs around the garden all day, muttering to himself, and skulks around behind his mother - its almost as if he's waiting for something to happen to her".
I see this is already a NiB.
Any chance of incorporating De-scribe's contribution?
I think it could make a good NiB on it's own merit.
Headline could read something like ' Charles weird behaviour plot suspected to force early abdication'
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