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Round the clock to give thousands of people the chance to bid farewell to Queen Elizabeth II

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to pay their respects before the funeral of Britain’s longest-reigning monarch on 19 September.

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to pay their respects before the funeral of Britain’s longest-reigning monarch on 19 September.

Thousands of mourners will be able to bury the coffin of the late Britain’s Queen Elizabeth in lie-in-state round the clock from early Wednesday evening. the day of his funeral,

Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to pay tribute to him Britain’s longest-reigning monarch Before his state funeral on 19 September, which will be attended by world leaders.

The ministry said the public will be able to file near the coffin 24 hours a day from 5.00 pm (1600 GMT) local time on September 14 to 6.30 am on September 19.

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“Those who wish to participate will have to queue for several hours, possibly overnight,” Britain’s Ministry of Culture said.

It added on Monday, “Large crowds are expected and people are encouraged to check ahead, plan accordingly and be prepared for long waits.”

Rules issued for those who want to pay respect to the queen

Airport-style security checks will take place at Westminster Hall, the oldest of the buildings that house Britain’s parliament, and strict restrictions will apply, with only small bags allowed.

The ministry advises people to bring whatever elements they may have thrown at them in the early days in London – an umbrella or sunscreen, a cell phone power bank and any essentials for potentially long waits exposed to drugs .

No food or liquids will be allowed before the security check in the Houses of Parliament. Nor do flowers or other tributes such as candles, toys or photographs.

“Please respect the dignity of this event and behave appropriately. You should keep quiet inside the Palace of Westminster,” Salah says, adding that people should dress appropriately and switch off their mobile phones before passing through security.

The list of things not to do includes: “Use film, photographs, mobile phones or other handheld devices in a security search area or within the Palace of Westminster. Bring or erect gazebos or tents. Light barbecue and fire.”

And a long list of prohibited items includes fireworks, smoke canisters, flares, whistles, laser equipment and other items that can be used to cause disturbance as well as any banners, placards, flags, advertising or marketing Messages are also included.

The lay-in-state will be preceded by a ceremonial procession through the middle of London to carry the Queen’s coffin from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Hall on Wednesday.

Queen Elizabeth died on 8 September at Balmoral Castle in the Scottish Highlands and her coffin was moved to Edinburgh on Sunday. It is scheduled to leave for London on Tuesday.

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