State & CeremonialThe Queen

The Queen set to approve government's Brexit bill first thing in the morning

The Queen is set to approve the government’s Brexit bill first thing tomorrow morning it has been revealed, giving the green light for Article 50 to be triggered. Embed from Getty Images Her Majesty will receive her ministerial red box with the bill ready to be granted royal assent at breakfast time. It is possible there could be a slight delay to this timetable if the House of Lords…
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Arise Sir Ken Dodd! Veteran comedian receives his knighthood

Arise Sir Ken Dodd! Ken Dodd, the 89-year-old comedian, was given the honour by the Duke of Cambridge at Buckingham Palace for his services to entertainment in a career that has lasted over 60 years and for his charity work. His skills as a comedian have created a long lasting career with both radio and television shows, as well as a recording career. His most well-known song…
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Buckingham Palace express concern that The Queen is being dragged into the Trump State Visit row

Buckingham Palace has privately expressed concern with Downing Street that The Queen is inadvertently being dragged into the Donald Trump State Visit controversy. According to The Times, the Palace are unhappy that Her Majesty has been put into a politically explosive situation following the heavy controversy that has arisen. The news comes after Downing Street sais that the Prime Minister…
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BREAKING NEWS: The Queen invites Donald Trump to the UK for a State Visit

Donald Trump has accepted an invitation from Her Majesty The Queen to visit the UK later this year for a State Visit. British Prime Minister, Theresa May, confirmed at a press conference that President Trump and the First Lady, Melania Trump, will be travelling to the country later this year. It is likely that the President will stay at Windsor Castle, partly due to major refurbishment works that…
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