King Charles is selling 12 of Queen Elizabeth’s racehorses
17 October 2022 | 1:36 pm
King Charles is selling 12 of Queen Elizabeth's racehorses later this month.
The world is paying tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, who has died at the age of 96. She reigned for 70 years over a British economy that was transformed in many ways. Our Business Editor Kate Moody looks at how the economy has changed, the cost of living crises that have bookended her time on the throne, and what's in store for businesses during the period of national mourning.
Starting with Winston Churchill, Queen Elizabeth saw 15 prime ministers — just. Her final act was replacing a cheerful moral vacuum with a poser with no panache.
Queen Elizabeth II's death has led to glowing tributes from leaders across Africa but also criticism of the monarch and her country's colonial legacy on a continent where Britain has a long checkered history.
From politics to sports and culture, events have been canceled or rescheduled as the national mourning period for the queen begins. Here are some of the major activities that have been called off.
One of the many things late Queen Elizabeth II will be remembered for is her unique fashion statement and collection of hats. Here are a few hats off the Queen's collection.
Funeral arrangements for the late queen have been announced as her heir, King Charles goes on a tour of Britain to lead mourning. Follow DW for the latest.
Britain and the world reflected on Queen Elizabeth II's legacy and role in shaping the world during her reign. Her funeral is expected to take place within 10 days.
Welcome to a special edition on Queen Elizabeth II and Africa. All praise for some and criticism from others, from brutal repression in Kenya to open support for the end of apartheid, across the continent Elizabeth the Second leaves a mixed legacy and mixed feelings behind her.
Grief comes in many shapes and forms — especially when experienced collectively. People joining the crowds outside Buckingham Palace have a broad spectrum of views on Queen Elizabeth II and her legacy.
King Charles III is so far enjoying a "remarkable upsurge in public support" after his mother’s death, but it remains to be seen whether this will last. That's the view of Sean Lang, a senior lecturer in history at Anglia Ruskin University, who specialises in the history of the British Empire. He added that there may be a "snowball effect" if one or more countries decide to remove the British monarch as head of state, but that the Commonwealth itself has a bright future ahead.
Queen Elizabeth II passed away last week after reigning for 70 years over a Commonwealth of Nations that included Barbados until November 2021, when the country became a republic. In an interview with FRANCE 24, Prime Minister Mia Mottley said the queen "did extraordinary well as the head of the United Kingdom and, indeed, as head of the Commonwealth".
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