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The Queen
Operation London Bridge ?
#41
Dead in her 70th year.

Seeing such celebration of her long reign.
Nice that she went on a high note, getting to see celebrations of her reign.

Saying that in a nice way, no a cuntish way
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#42
It's somehow easier to think of Charles as King Charles III than it is to think of William as the Prince of Wales. Perhaps because the word's changed from queen to king but Prince of Wales remains the same.
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#43
When would Charles change his name if he were going to?
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#44
I think it could of been His grandfather George
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#45
(10-09-2022, 03:48 PM)Heinrich Wrote: When would Charles change his name if he were going to?

It would have been today when he was proclaimed King. Years ago there was talk that he might call himself "George VII" for example. But as he's been known as Charles for 73 years it would seem a bit silly if he had decided to call himself by a different name as king

Some of the cancellations of events seem a bit odd. Cricket and rugby matches are going ahead but not football.
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#46
We're getting so much coverage here. This more sympathetic look at Charles has totally brainwashed me. He seems like at least his key issues are noble. He was an early environmentalist.
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#47
(10-09-2022, 05:16 PM)Heinrich Wrote: We're getting so much coverage here. This more sympathetic look at Charles has totally brainwashed me. He seems like at least his key issues are noble. He was an early environmentalist.

It’s been wall to wall on the bbc. Probably will be until after the funeral
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#48
(10-09-2022, 05:03 PM)the_scouser Wrote:
Some of the cancellations of events seem a bit odd. Cricket and rugby matches are going ahead but not football.

Rugby fans don't boo the national anthem, football fans do. Given some of the chants from Thursday night's matches, football fans couldn't be trusted and the right decision was made IMO.
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#49
(10-09-2022, 06:54 PM)Bangle1 Wrote:
(10-09-2022, 05:03 PM)the_scouser Wrote:
Some of the cancellations of events seem a bit odd. Cricket and rugby matches are going ahead but not football.

Rugby fans don't boo the national anthem, football fans do. Given some of the chants from Thursday night's matches, football fans couldn't be trusted and the right decision was made IMO.

I guess so.
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(10-09-2022, 03:48 PM)Heinrich Wrote: When would Charles change his name if he were going to?
He’s decided not to, so it’s academic. The question probably only arose because he had such a long time waiting, mulling over his new role.

(10-09-2022, 05:16 PM)Heinrich Wrote: We're getting so much coverage here. This more sympathetic look at Charles has totally brainwashed me. He seems like at least his key issues are noble. He was an early environmentalist.
Indeed so. But my worry is that some of his campaigning focus will be lost. For example, William is likely to take on only a few of his father’s charities and patronages. He doesn’t seem interested in architecture or historic conservation, unlike his father, so there might be less support there.

William also seems less involved with the Prince’s Trust, just viewing it as ‘big business’, when in reality it provided a capital source for the (former) Prince of Wales’s charities.
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#52
Quote:When would Charles change his name if he were going to?

The last two Charles weren't exactly the best Britain has ever had.
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#53
There's a lot in the news here about QE2 and KC3 (no surprise).
On the one hand there is wide sentiment that being in the shadow of QE2, Charles has big shoes to fill.  On the other hand there is encouragement for open mindedness because, as a new man in a new world, Charles may surprise us all.  We just have to wait and see what he does.  After all, Britain today is a completely different country than the one that QE2 assumed (in 1952).  In Elizabeth's 70 years Britain has morphed from a world empire to a mid-sized regional power (with nukes) shepherding the country through it all.  (Add to that, some former colonies are now demanding reparations for centuries of slavery. France too.).

Further, new analysis shows that in Britain the younger generation (Gen Z and Millennials) are less moved by the queen's passing and less supportive of the monarchy while the older generation (Baby Boomers and older) have never known another sovereign their entire lives and see her as a pillar of stability in a turbulent world.  She was indeed unique and commanded on the world stage, not just in Britain.  (American presidents tried very had to be on good behavior when meeting her. LOL )  The older generation of Britons is at a loss, feeling directionless.

Charles has a different job than his mother had.
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#54
The Queue does genuinely make me feel incredibly proud to be British.



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#55
Is it worth going up to London? Not to queue but to soak up any atmosphere?
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#56
She will be greatly missed... The most kindest lady ever..
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#57
The signage for the queue’s toilets should say: “Mind your Pees in Queues”
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#58
seems like 24/7 youtube live coverage from BBC

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#59
The BBC Parliament channel,presently,seems to be covering it 24/7.

For genuine people-watchers and neutral observers,at this present moment in time,it is a a genuine,fascinating societal mirror!

P.S. Just posted off,for a new 10-year UK passport,wonder whether the front-cover's 1st page will be HIS Britannic Majesty's...,or still be HER Britannic Majesty's......?
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#60
There’s only the one place on a passport that references the King or Queen - the “request” page (inside front cover). Even then, it only refers to “His Majesty’s Secretary of State” (Home Secretary).

The old books will be used up first. I don’t believe any orders have been placed for ones with ‘His Majesty’ yet. Despite what some of the papers said, I don’t believe work like that will begin until after the funeral.

Also things like changing the name above doors, new signage.
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