The Queen

The Queen is to 'give up driving on public roads' following Prince Philip's crash earlier this year

The Queen is to give up driving on public roads just two months after her husband was involved in a car accident near Sandringham. According to a report in The Sunday Times, Her Majesty has agreed to stop driving on the advice of her security team. The Queen, who turns 93-years-old in a few weeks time, is a keen driver and is the only person in the UK who is not legally required to hold a driving…
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State & Ceremonial

Who will The Queen appoint as her 14th Prime Minister?

Theresa May has announced her intention to leave office, saying she has no desire to continue as Prime Minister during the next stage of Brexit negotiations. As such, a leadership contest looms in the Conservative Party and unless a General Election is called, their new leader will also receive the keys to 10 Downing Street as Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. So, who will The…
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British Royals

Referendum on the abolition of the monarchy in St Vincent cancelled following visit by Charles & Camilla

A vote on the future of the monarchy in St Vincent and the Grenadines will now not take place following a visit to the country by the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall. The Prime Minister of St Vincent, Ralph Gonsalves, made the announcement following the departure of Prince Charles from the country. St Vincent and the Grenadines is the only Caribbean nation to hold a referendum on…
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Prince Charles and Camilla

Prince Charles's solicitor writes to newspapers following publication of beach photos

The Prince of Wales’s solicitor has written a letter to newspaper organisations in the UK following the publication of photographs online on Tuesday. The paparazzi-style photos show Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall paddling on the beach in Barbados during a brief moment of rest on their Caribbean tour. According to the Press Associaton, the solicitor has contacted press…
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