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Ministers prepare to extend furlough scheme as Westminster Abbey marks 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale.
The royal family reunited for Commonwealth Day services at Westminster Abbey on Monday - but one particular encounter has left fans speculating. In their last royal engagement before stepping down from royal duties at the end of the month, Harry and Meghan were seen to greet William and Kate in a moment that some perceived as a “snub”.
Celebrating five decades of weapons of mass destruction, in a place of worship? You really couldn’t make it up, writes the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament's Dr Kate Hudson
The planned event has been described as "totally incompatible with the gospel of Jesus Christ".
The Queen and her family have marked Commonwealth Day with a special service at Westminster Abbey. Representatives joined them from the fifty-three other member countries for the 70th anniversary of the Commonwealth's inception.
Three people were treated at the scene following the crash.
The RAF has celebrated its 100th anniversary with a special service at Westminster abbey, attended by the Royal Family, and a 100 aircraft-strong flypast over London.
Some pre-ceremony inspiration for Harry and Meghan.
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The interview came after she appeared in a wheelchair among 1,800 people, including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and
Some of those injured in the attack were also in attendance.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were among those paying their respects at a service of remembrance on Wednesday for those
The five things you need to know on Monday, March 27… 1) TARTAN THERESA Theresa May is in Scotland as part of her ‘Tour of
Westminster Abbey claimed that failing to fly the flag at half mast in tribute to King Abdullah would, "make a noticeably aggressive comment." Actually, I don't think it would be aggressive enough.
Campaigners have tried to occupy the grounds of Westminster Abbey in protest against the Government's decision to axe a fund
A memorial stone for former South Africa president Nelson Mandela is to be laid in Westminster Abbey. Prince Harry will join