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The Royal Accounds - 2002
Introduction Head of State Civil list Travel Palaces


The Royal Accounts are split into different areas reflecting the different activities of the Queen and the Royal Family:

Head of State expenditure is a summary of the entire spending from public funds on the Queen in exchange for revenue from the Crown Estate. The Civil List is public money spent by the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh in their official capacity.
In addition, the government pays for the upkeep of all the Royal Palaces and travel expenses such as operating the Royal Train.
The Queen finances the activities of other members of the Royal Family out of her own purse under arrangements made in 1993.
Details of the Queen's personal income and expenditure relating to her private wealth and assets is not publicised.

Click on the titles at the top to find out more about the 2001-02 Royal Accounts.

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