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Mail on Sunday Comment: The best way we can honour the Queen is to emulate her


Mail on Sunday Comment: The best way we can honour the Queen is to emulate her

We have almost reached the day when we must confront, in all its depth and majesty, the finality of our late Queen’s death. For many who mourn, it is not until the actual funeral that the full force of bereavement strikes. Until then, we sometimes postpone the hard truth in busy activity. And in the ceremonies, spectacles, processions, proclamations and the great national expression of love and loyalty that has surrounded the lying-in-state, we have perhaps protected ourselves from the feeling of irrecoverable loss that must eventually come.

Tomorrow the long, sad days bring us to the edge of the tomb, to the last lament and to the chilly beginning of a new era, whose nature…



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