Queen’s speech outlines May’s legislative agenda
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Queen Elizabeth II addressed the House of Lords and delivered a list of the U.K. government's priorities in Brexit negotiations as the nation prepares to leave the European Union.
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Queen Elizabeth II outlines the U.K. government's priorities for Brexit negotiations in an address to the House of Lords.
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One of the world's most famous ships is now a floating hotel permanently moored at Dubai's Mina Rashid port.
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U.K. Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has resigned in protest at Prime Minister Theresa May’s hard-won deal to exit the European Union.
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In comments interpreted as a message on Brexit, the British monarch praised compromise and civility on different views. UK politicians are locked in a bitter row about leaving the EU, and time is running out.
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Queen Elizabeth II sets out the U.K. government's agenda during the State Opening of Parliament in Westminster, London. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's domestic policies focus on passing Brexit, healthcare investment, tackling violent crime and increasing wages for the lowest paid.
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The European Union (EU) Delegation in Nigeria has asked the Federal Government to ensure it follows the due process of the law in handling the vexed issue of the detained activist and publisher of Sahara Reporters, Omoyole Sowore, as well as other detainees in Nigeria.
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Britain's Queen Elizabeth II speaks on coronavirus
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In a speech before the Parliament of Barbados, Governor-General Sandra Mason calls for a Barbadian head of state and for the Caribbean island to become a republic by November next year. "The time has come to leave our colonial past behind," says Mason.
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