The Queen

New Crossrail line will named after Queen Elizabeth in her honour

The large scale Crossrail project has created a huge buzz in the UK, while its construction and use will add an estimated £42 billion to an already prospering UK economy. Not only will create new job opportunities during construction and beyond, but it will also add significant value to residential houses dotted along the route. Given the size of this project and the impact that it will have on…
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Royal Central discontinues peerage information site

The information website from Royal Central about the British Peerage will be discontinued at the end of this year. The website, thePeerage.info, was started in 2014 as a resource for explaining some of the complex parts of the British nobility. Since its publication, it has…
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Royal Central confirms new editorial team

Royal Central is pleased to confirm the new editorial team following the appointment of Charlie Proctor as Editor-in-Chief. James Brookes, lately Chief Reporter for Royal Central, will become the site’s Deputy Editor. James first joined the team in August 2014…
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Royal Central appoints new Editor-in-Chief

Following the departure of our editorial team this week, Royal Central is pleased to announce the appointment of Charlie Proctor as the site’s new Editor-in-Chief. Charlie joined the site back in July 2013 and has been a member of the reporting team, most lately in the role of Senior Reporter. Charlie will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day running of the site. Further appointments…
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Royal Central to launch updated website design

As part of ongoing efforts to make our website even more accessible and helpful for our readers, we’ll be updating the design of our website. Our present design, which has served us for over a year and a half now, will be replaced by a new, dynamic and image-led theme…
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Royal Central bids farewell to Assistant Editor Jessica Hope

With great sadness, Royal Central bids farewell to Jessica Hope – our Assistant Editor – at the end of this month. Having worked with Royal Central for the past two years, both as a writer and then as an editor, Jessica is the site’s longest-serving contributor, having published over 125 articles to the site. Jessica will be succeeded as Assistant Editor by Lydia Starbuck…
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Royal Central welcomes new Desk Editor

Royal Central is pleased to welcome Lydia Starbuck to the editorial team as Desk Editor from today, having  worked with the reporting team and running Royal Central’s first independent blog. Lydia joined the Royal Central team back in January 2014 and has held…
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Changes to the Editorial Team in May

Royal Central is pleased to announce some changes to the editorial team which will take place during May. Jessica Hope is appointed as Royal Central’s Assistant Editor effective from 1st May. Jessica is currently Royal Central’s Desk Editor and has been involved…
Prince Charles and Camilla

Supreme Court allows Prince Charles's government letters to be released

The Supreme Court has today ruled that letters sent by The Prince of Wales to government ministers can be published. The hand-down of the judgement, which was delivered just after 09:45 GMT, ends a nine-year legal battle between The Guardian and the government. The Court was asked to decide whether Dominic Grieve acted unlawfully when he prevented their publication in 2012 as Attorney…
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