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Labour will break tradition at its party conference next week by PLAYING the national anthem


It was when I had the honour of attending the Platinum Jubilee celebrations this year that I began to reflect on what the Queen’s reign has meant for our country.

As we marked 70 glorious years, it seemed impossible to imagine a Britain without her. Of course, we knew she wouldn’t go on for ever.

But the vast majority of us have never known another Monarch, which is why the shock of her loss is so acutely felt.

She seemed as permanent a feature of our country as the mountains near Balmoral – the place she loved so much.

Britain is facing difficult times. Whether it is the rising cost of living or the spectre of war in Europe, people are worried.

The loss of our Queen robs us of the nation’s stillest point, its most steadying influence, at a time when so much seems to be in flux. But the response we have seen over the last week has been heartening and has reflected the nation she knew and served.

Tributes in Parliament were a poignant display of how – despite many disagreements…



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Labour will break tradition at its party conference next week by PLAYING the national anthem


It was when I had the honour of attending the Platinum Jubilee celebrations this year that I began to reflect on what the Queen’s reign has meant for our country.

As we marked 70 glorious years, it seemed impossible to imagine a Britain without her. Of course, we knew she wouldn’t go on for ever.

But the vast majority of us have never known another Monarch, which is why the shock of her loss is so acutely felt.

She seemed as permanent a feature of our country as the mountains near Balmoral – the place she loved so much.

Britain is facing difficult times. Whether it is the rising cost of living or the spectre of war in Europe, people are worried.

The loss of our Queen robs us of the nation’s stillest point, its most steadying influence, at a time when so much seems to be in flux. But the response we have seen over the last week has been heartening and has reflected the nation she knew and served.

Tributes in Parliament were a poignant display of how – despite many disagreements…



Read the Full Article Here Dailymail

Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Billionaire economist predicts Fed hike in interest rates to 4.5% will crater stocks by a FIFTH 

SIR KEIR STARMER: Queen tributes a display of how our country and politics brings us together