The Sussexes

Harry, Meghan and Archie meet Archbishop Desmond Tutu in South Africa

Archie Mountbatten-Windsor made his debut royal appearance on Wednesday as he met with Archbishop Desmond Tutu in South Africa alongside his parents. Dr Tutu, a hero of the anti-apartheid movement, said he was “thrilled by the rare privilege and honour” of meeting the Sussex family during their tour of the country. Also present at the meeting was Dr Tutu’s daughter, Thandeka…
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The Queen

Boris Johnson phones The Queen from New York

The Prime Minister has phoned The Queen from New York following the Supreme Court’s verdict that he presented Her Majesty with unlawful advice. A Number 10 spokesperson refused to say whether or not Mr Johnson apologised to the monarch for the embarrassment of the…
State & Ceremonial

Widespread calls for Boris Johnson to resign after Supreme Court rules he misled The Queen

There are widespread calls for Boris Johnson to resign as Prime Minister after the Supreme Court unanimously concluded that he misled The Queen over prorogation. Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn said: “I invite Boris Johnson to consider his position and become the shortest serving Prime Minister there has ever been.” Labour MP Angela Eagle said: “He should resign…
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The Yorks

Buckingham Palace "emphatically" denies "false" allegations levelled at Prince Andrew

Buckingham Palace has emphasised that allegations levelled against the Duke of York are “false” after his accuser gave an interview to US television. Virginia Giuffre told NBC News in America that she was ‘trafficked’ by Prince Andrew, who she described as an ‘abuser’. Buckingham Palace has issued numerous statements over the years, strongly denying any…
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State & Ceremonial

Supreme Court Judge questions whether The Queen is being "sucked in" to politics

A Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom has questioned whether it is right for The Queen to be “sucked in” to matters involving constitutional principles. Lord Sales, one of the 12 Justices of the Supreme Court, questioned the government’s barrister on Wednesday morning, asking whether it is appropriate for the monarch to be drawn into politically controversial…
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