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Church of England issues guidance on protocols following Queen's death

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British luxury brand Burberry cancels its spring-summer 2023 runway show on Sep 17. Burberry's runway shows are a highlight of London fashion Week. Queen Elizabeth II died on Sep 11 at the age of 90. The show was due to take place in London's Covent Garden.
Published 5 months ago · London, United Kingdom

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