In an historic statement the Queen and Prime Minister Cameron have agreed they are 'in it together'. They will jointly demonstrate that even the most powerful people in British society are going to take their share of the national burden.
Following the Government decision that those receiving state benefits should rent out spare rooms if they are on benefits or have then reduced should their premises have more rooms than they need, the Queen has agreed that, as a recipient of State aid, she and all other members of the Royal family will rent out spare rooms in their various establishments.
Fears that security might be endangered have been overcome by the Queen assuring the Government that her Corgis have been vetted and are trained not to bite strangers.
Prince Charles is opening his premises to keen gardeners in what he is calling 'a green revolution' and Prince Harry is opening his establishment to injured comrades from action in Afghanistan. He said today that he was happy to give his 'old mates' a hand up in their hour of need.
As a final exhibition of solidarity with the British public, rooms in Downing Street will be open to people who have been sleeping out on the streets of London.
David Cameron declared: 'When I said we are all in this together, I really meant it!'