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Britain’s Queen Elizabeth backs her son Charles to take on Commonwealth role

By Reuters
19 April 2018   |   4:10 pm
Britain's Queen Elizabeth said on Thursday (April 19) that she hoped her son and heir Prince Charles would take on leadership of the Commonwealth, answering some who argue the position should be rotated around member states.

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