Britain Pauses to Say Goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II After 70-Year Reign

Britain came to a standstill on Monday as the nation paid its last respect to its longest-serving monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, who died on Sept. 8 after 70 years on the throne.
Hundreds of thousands lined the Queen’s funeral procession that carried the monarch from lying in state at Westminster Hall to her state funeral and on to Windsor Castle for the committal service.
It was announced on Sept. 10 that the day of the Queen’s state funeral would be made a public bank holiday.
Downing Street indicated that it was up to individual businesses how they would approach the bank holiday….

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