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Kevin Cahill is a former army officer who has worked at both Westminster and European parliaments as an advisor and . For Britain, Cahill analyses this landownership, showing how a tiny minority exploits British society
He is the author of books on business, trade and politics and helped produce the Sunday Times Rich List, as well as being a widely published investigative journalist. For Britain, Cahill analyses this landownership, showing how a tiny minority exploits British society. 160,000 families, . % of the population, own 37 million acres, two thirds of Britain, 230 acres each. Just 1,252 of them own 57% of Scotland. They pay no land tax.
In his 2006 book, Who Owns the World: The Hidden Facts Behind Landownership, Kevin Cahill notes that Queen Elizabeth II is the legal owner of one sixth of the land on the Earth's surface, more than any other individual or nation. This amounts to a total of 6,600 million acres (. 1013 m2) in 32 countries. For those unfamiliar with royalty, the Crown is never separate from the individual who holds it but is as one with them. Her Majesty the Queen is the Crown while she is Queen, and she loses neither her personality nor her individuality while she is monarch.
Who Owns Britain book.
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ISBN 10: 0862419123 ISBN 13: 9780862419127. Publisher: Canongate Books Ltd, 2000. A startling expose of Britain's most valuable asset - its land.
Title : Who Owns Britain and Ireland. Goods inserted into heavy duty cardboard envelopes which are recyclable. Country of Publication.
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Who Owns the World is the first ever compilation of landowners and landownership structures in every single one of the world's 197 states and 66 territories
Who Owns the World is the first ever compilation of landowners and landownership structures in every single one of the world's 197 states and 66 territories. It covers the history of landownership as far as written history will allow and shows the division of landownership in every region of the globe.
Kevin Cahill’s book Who Owns the World provides an in depth and informative resource on the subject, no matter where you live on the planet. As with any large undertaking of this kind details will change over time and so the updates section will keep you informed of changes to what is given in the book.