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Queen Elizabeth’s coffin arrives at Buckingham Palace in London; King Charles visits Northern Ireland

King Charles visits Northern Ireland, vowing to “seek the welfare of all residents”.

King Charles visits Northern Ireland, vowing to “seek the welfare of all residents”.

London: The coffin of Queen Elizabeth II returned to Buckingham Palace on Tuesday evening, as a drizzling made its way through London as crowds lined the passage for a glimpse of the chariot and bid her final farewell.

People parked their cars on the side of a normally busy road, got out, and made their way into London, waving like chariots, with lights illuminating flag-wrapped coffins. In the city, people took to the street and kept their phones up.

Thousands of people clapped and clapped outside the palace as hammocks swung around a square in front of the Queen’s official residence and through wrought iron gates. King Charles III and other royals waited to welcome the coffin.

According to an official count, more than 26,000 people paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II at St Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh, queuing overnight to be entered behind her coffin.

Earlier in the day, Britain’s new monarch, King Charles III, and his wife, Camilla, the ‘Queen Consort’ as she is now known, visited Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland, where the king met a diverse group of political met with. leaders at a reception, and faith leaders from various backgrounds [including Chinese, Muslim and Hindu] At a church service for the Queen. British Prime Minister Liz Truss was also present at the church. There, he resolved to “seek the welfare of all the inhabitants of Northern Ireland”.

Sinn Fein, really The political wing of the former Irish Republican Army (IRA) did not attend the ceremony to announce the king over the weekend, but its first minister-designate Michelle O’Neill attended the king’s visit on Tuesday and offered his condolences.

restrain the opposition

While mourners, numbering in the thousands, paid their respects to the queen, some protesters are also trying to exercise their right to protest and – notably – oppose the institution of the monarchy.

A group held blank signs in front of the entrance to the cathedral to signify their right to protest Guardian informed of. They were there because people were being detained for showing anti-monarchy signs, one protester told the newspaper.

On Saturday, a 22-year-old woman who “f***ed imperialism,” “to abolish the monarchy,” was arrested and charged on the grounds of “breach of the peace.”

On Monday, footage surfaced on social media showing a 22-year-old man being pushed to the ground by a man on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh after he thrashed the Queen’s son, Prince Andrew, Duke of York, who was with him. Tha siblings walk behind a vehicle carrying their mother’s coffin on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh. He was then taken to a police officer and charged.

“Andrew, you’re a sick old man,” said the man. Prince had reached a settlement on charges of having sex with a minor in the United States.

These were arrests made for protests.

A group campaigning for an elected head of state for the Republic, Britain, condemned the arrest.

“Free speech is fundamental to any democracy. At a time when the media is flooded with talking about Raja appointed without any discussion or consent, this is even more important,” the group said.

Censorship appears to have extended to media content as well. Comedian John Oliver’s show segments HBO, Last week tonight, was edited by sky For UK broadcast, as per reports.

The Queen’s coffin left Scotland – a part of Britain she loved – on Tuesday evening. The road from St Giles’ Cathedral to the airport was packed with mourners, some taking pictures, clapping, some bowing and some standing silently.

Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was at the airport to watch the C-17 Globemaster plane take off. The coffin was accompanied by the Queen’s daughter, Princess Anne, and her husband, Timothy Laurence, on a flight to London.

The coffin arrives in London

A Royal Air Force plane carrying the coffin of Queen Elizabeth II arrived in London late Tuesday. The body will be brought to Buckingham Palace – the Queen’s home in the capital city. From there, on Wednesday afternoon, the coffin will be moved to Westminster Hall, a 900-year-old hall in Britain’s parliament complex where the Queen will lie in state until a funeral on Monday, which is expected to be attended by world leaders.

(with inputs from AP)

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