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Why the UK Government banned the Queen's portrait

The Belfast headquarters of the UK government is now bereft in my humble opinion.

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No more than four Sussexes

It’s a sign of the times: couples limiting their offspring, or choosing not to procreate altogether, with a view to saving the planet. 

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Enter Prime Minister Boris Johnson

It’s been an eventful afternoon for Mr Boris Johnson, the journalist turned MP turned Mayor of London re-turned MP.

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Boris’ Big Day

While London sleeps, we’re on the edge of our seats awaiting Boris Johnson’s important visit with the Queen today. 

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Queen Elizabeth II: Australia’s most admired woman

YouGov have released their “World’s most admired 2019” and, as is only right in our humble opinions, Her Majesty has placed in the top five most admired women in the world.

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On the very special occasion of our future king’s sixth birthday

In new pictures released by Kensington Palace to celebrate his sixth birthday, Prince George looks for all the world like a typical adorable little English boy.

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First Official Supporter of the Invictus Games The Hague 2020 revealed

Launched by the Duke of Sussex in 2014, the Invictus Games is an international sporting event for physically and mentally wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans.

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45 minutes; 2 brushes with death

It has come to light that the Duchess of Cornwall’s one-winged chariot was forced to veer twice to avoid mid-air collisions during a nightmare helicopter ride from Sandringham to her Wiltshire home.

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Mystery man bangs on the doors of Buckingham at 2am

Yesterday morning, while the palace slept, a 22 year-old mystery man scaled the front gates of Buckingham at 2am London time.

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