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Millions of Britons are in celebratory ahead of the royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton. The good created by the event may soon disappear after it as people read about the wedding’s impact the British economy. The LA Times reckons the celebration will the UK economy around $10 billion. Most of this will be due to a of productivity as the country embarks on its second four-day holiday in a , following the Easter break last weekend. Many people have decided to off the three days in between as holiday to have eleven consecutive days . This news for the economy comes at a time when the British economy is struggling to deal its massive debt. Politicians are also arguing over whether or the economy is growing.

The royal event is being billed the wedding of the century and the biggest since William’s father, Prince Charles, Princess Diana 30 years ago. The wedding will be televised to a audience of around two billion people, making it one of the most-watched world in history. The pomp and pageantry of the day will generate an estimated $850 million in souvenir and visits to royal castles. Many Britons are asking why they have to much of the bill for the wedding. Taxpayers will have to out over $30 million for the enormous security operation along the of the wedding procession and in other areas of London. Terrorist threats are being taken seriously and many groups have to protest in the English .


 


 
 
 
 
 
 
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