British economy buoyed by Royal tourism
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We saw the massive crowds pour into London for the Queen's final farewell this week - with an estimated two million people on the streets to watch the event unfold. The royal family has a massive effect on the British economy, by way of attracting tourism for big events. Our reporter Katie Todd spoke to Brand Finance's Michael Josem in London, about the significance of the royals. [embed]
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