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Charles and Camilla honour Canadian war dead at wreath ceremony in Ottawa

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall honoured Canada’s war dead during a poignant wreath laying ceremony. Charles and Camilla took part in the solemn event at the National War Memorial in the capital Ottawa as the second day of their tour began. In brilliant sunshine, the couple stood motionless as a bugler […]


Sir Michael Palin to travel across Iraq in new Channel 5 series

Sir Michael Palin will visit Iraq for the first time in a new documentary series for Channel 5. Michael Palin: Into Iraq will be a three-part series and comes as a follow-up to the 2018 Bafta-nominated Michael Palin In North Korea. Sir Michael will work with the same crew that accompanied him on his trip […]


Sir Kenneth Branagh shows the PMs growing concern for Covid in new drama teaser

Sir Kenneth Branagh can be heard urging the British public to stay at home as he portrays Boris Johnson in Sky’s upcoming drama series about the Prime Minister’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic. Titled This England, the series follows the Prime Minister as he grapples with Covid-19, Brexit and controversy within his personal and political […]


Harry welcomes Colombia and Nigeria to inspiring Invictus community of nations

The Duke of Sussex has announced that Colombia and Nigeria are joining his Invictus Games Foundation in a new “community” structure. Harry founded the Invictus Games to aid the rehabilitation of injured or sick military personnel and veterans from across the globe by giving them the challenge of competing in sporting events similar to the […]


Petrol and diesel prices reach new record highs

Petrol and diesel prices have reached record highs, according to new figures. Statistics from data firm Experian Catalist show the average cost of a litre of petrol at UK forecourts on Tuesday was 167.6p. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) warned that retailers could be fined if it launches a formal investigation into the sector. […]


William pays tribute to resilience of submariners as he unveils new memorial

The Duke of Cambridge paid tribute to the “continued resilience” of the Royal Navy’s submariners and their families as he unveiled a new memorial at the National Memorial Arboretum. William gave a short speech on the Submarine Service during the unveiling ceremony at the Staffordshire site on Wednesday, in which he said: “You would be […]


Rare early likeness of Jonathan Swift sells for 81250

A painting thought to be the earliest likeness of Gulliver’s Travels author Jonathan Swift has sold for more than £81,000 at auction, well above its estimated price. Swift is believed to be only 16 years old and a student at Dublin College in the portrait, which is attributed to the Irish artist Thomas Pooley (1646–1723). […]


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