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That this House notes that the Royal Family currently receive 30 million annually from the public purse, in part for the cleaning of the occupied Royal Palaces which include Buckingham Palace, St James' Palace and Buckingham Palace Mews; further notes that two cleaning companies, KGB and Greenzone, contracted to clean the occupied Royal Palaces pay cleaners 6.45 an hour, significantlyless than the London Living Wage of 7.85, endorsed by the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson and now paid to cleaners working on the Parliamentary estate after a concerted campaign supported by hon. Members and trade unions; and calls on the Royal Household to commit to ensuring that the companies contracted to clean the occupied Royal Palaces pay their cleaning staff the London Living Wage.
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