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PMs past and present gather for King's Accession Council

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PMs past and present gather for King's Accession Council

PMs past and present gather for King's Accession Council

The great and good of British politics have gathered in St James' Palace for the Accession Council, where King Charles III will be formally proclaimed monarch.

Tony Blair can be seen chatting current party leader Sir Keir Starmer, while Boris Johnson speaks with Gordon Brown.

Report by Buseld.

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