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Family and friends supporting the Queen in her time of grief

Family and friends supporting the Queen in her time of grief

Family and friends supporting the Queen in her time of grief

10 April 2021

The Queen’s children have been visiting her at Windsor Castle.


Scary trousers and a beard barb – public share memories of meeting Philip

Scary trousers and a beard barb – public share memories of meeting Philip

Scary trousers and a beard barb – public share memories of meeting Philip

10 April 2021

‘He looked at me… and said, ‘well, you’re going to have to learn to grow a better beard than that!’


Philip bowed out of public life after 22,000 solo engagements

Philip bowed out of public life after 22,000 solo engagements

Philip bowed out of public life after 22,000 solo engagements

10 April 2021

The Duke of Edinburgh stepped back from his royal duties in August 2017 after 65 years.


NI must not return to ‘dark place of sectarian murders and political discord’

NI must not return to ‘dark place of sectarian murders and political discord’

NI must not return to ‘dark place of sectarian murders and political discord’

10 April 2021

Irish premier Micheal Martin made the comments on Saturday, the 23rd anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, after another night of violence.


World leaders pay tribute to ‘constant anchor for Queen’

World leaders pay tribute to ‘constant anchor for Queen’

World leaders pay tribute to ‘constant anchor for Queen’

10 April 2021

Messages from across the globe have flooded since the announcement of Philip’s death on Friday.


In Pictures: Gun salutes and flowers honour Duke of Edinburgh

In Pictures: Gun salutes and flowers honour Duke of Edinburgh

In Pictures: Gun salutes and flowers honour Duke of Edinburgh

10 April 2021

Wellwishers had been asked to stay away under coronavirus restrictions, but many still made the journey to royal palace.


Airline trade body calls for investigation into coronavirus testing charges

Airline trade body calls for investigation into coronavirus testing charges

Airline trade body calls for investigation into coronavirus testing charges

10 April 2021

The requirement for more expensive PCR tests has led to a backlash and calls for travellers to be able to take cheaper lateral flow tests.


Gun salutes across UK mark Duke of Edinburgh’s death

Gun salutes across UK mark Duke of Edinburgh’s death

Gun salutes across UK mark Duke of Edinburgh’s death

10 April 2021

Saluting batteries began firing 41 rounds at one round every minute from midday on Saturday in cities including London.


Queen’s loving tribute to her ‘strength and stay’ from 1997 speech

Queen’s loving tribute to her ‘strength and stay’ from 1997 speech

Queen’s loving tribute to her ‘strength and stay’ from 1997 speech

10 April 2021

A day after Philip’s death on Friday, an excerpt from the speech was posted online.


Duke of Edinburgh pubs unable to give Philip a proper send-off

Duke of Edinburgh pubs unable to give Philip a proper send-off

Duke of Edinburgh pubs unable to give Philip a proper send-off

10 April 2021

Proprietors have expressed their regret at not being able to put on a full show of mourning for the duke due to Covid-19 restrictions.


Wellwishers continue to leave flowers for duke despite Covid concerns

Wellwishers continue to leave flowers for duke despite Covid concerns

Wellwishers continue to leave flowers for duke despite Covid concerns

10 April 2021

At Buckingham Palace a steady stream of people arrived to lay bouquets at the front gates.


David Cameron accepts mistake over lobbying Chancellor, allies say

David Cameron accepts mistake over lobbying Chancellor, allies say

David Cameron accepts mistake over lobbying Chancellor, allies say

10 April 2021

The former prime minister is continuing to face questions over his efforts to help finance company Greensill Capital.


Five former US presidents pay respects to Duke of Edinburgh

Five former US presidents pay respects to Duke of Edinburgh

Five former US presidents pay respects to Duke of Edinburgh

10 April 2021

Donald Trump, Barack Obama, George W Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter have expressed their sorrow at Philip’s death.


Blood clots potentially linked to vaccines ‘extraordinarily rare events’

Blood clots potentially linked to vaccines ‘extraordinarily rare events’

Blood clots potentially linked to vaccines ‘extraordinarily rare events’

10 April 2021

The European Medicines Agency is looking at reports of rare blood clots related to the vaccine from Janssen, which is yet to be approved in the UK.


Gun salutes planned as nation mourns Duke of Edinburgh’s death

Gun salutes planned as nation mourns Duke of Edinburgh’s death

Gun salutes planned as nation mourns Duke of Edinburgh’s death

10 April 2021

Saluting batteries will fire 41 rounds from midday in cities including London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast.


Navy chief pays tribute to Philip’s ‘zeal and great charm’

Navy chief pays tribute to Philip’s ‘zeal and great charm’

Navy chief pays tribute to Philip’s ‘zeal and great charm’

10 April 2021

The First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Tony Radakin, has recorded a video message paying tribute to the duke.


Papers around the world react to the death of Prince Philip

Papers around the world react to the death of Prince Philip

Papers around the world react to the death of Prince Philip

10 April 2021

Stories and opinions about the Duke of Edinburgh feature in many local and international Saturday papers.


What the papers say – April 10

What the papers say – April 10

What the papers say – April 10

10 April 2021

Philip’s death features on many Saturday front pages.


Gun salutes to be fired across UK to mark death of Philip

Gun salutes to be fired across UK to mark death of Philip

Gun salutes to be fired across UK to mark death of Philip

09 April 2021

They were also used to mark the deaths of Queen Victoria in 1901 and Winston Churchill in 1965.


Fears that violence in Northern Ireland could continue over weekend

Fears that violence in Northern Ireland could continue over weekend

Fears that violence in Northern Ireland could continue over weekend

09 April 2021

Small pockets of unrest flared up on Friday night despite pleas from Loyalist leaders to desist as a mark of respect for Prince Philip.


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