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England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland: How the four nations said goodbye to the Queen

Sky News Monday, 19 September 2022
England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland: How the four nations said goodbye to the QueenIt was the day the world bid a final farewell to Queen Elizabeth - the end of an era - and a moment that was history in the making.
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