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Gun salutes to be fired across UK to mark Prince Philip's 'legacy of indomitable spirit'

Sky News Saturday, 10 April 2021
Gun salutes to be fired across UK to mark Prince Philip's 'legacy of indomitable spirit'Gun salutes marking the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, will take place in London, Cardiff, Belfast and Edinburgh as well as aboard some Royal Navy ships and in Gibraltar today.
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News video: Princess Anne honours Prince Philip and his 'legacy which can inspire us all'

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Princess Anne has thanked members of the public for their support following the death of her father Prince Philip, insisting he "leaves a legacy which can inspire us all".

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