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Europe · London
Queen under medical supervision as doctors are concerned for her health
Buckingham Palace says doctors are "concerned for Her Majesty's health" The 96-year-old monarch canceled a meeting of her Privy Council and was told to rest. The palace says the queen is "comfortable" and remains at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.See the Story
51% Center coverage: 323 sources
Europe · London
Center Parcs faces backlash for turfing out guests on day of Queen's funeral
Center Parcs announced it would close its UK sites for 24 hours from Monday morning. Guests will have to leave by 10am on Monday, even if they are in the middle of their stay. Company said it had made the decision as a mark of respect to the Queen. Customers expressed their anger on social media.See the Story
Coverage: 26 sources
Outpouring of tributes in Ottawa for Queen Elizabeth II
Sports resume in Britain following a nationwide shutdown Friday as a mark of respect for the monarch of more than 70 years who died at the age of 96 on Thursday. International cricket and golf returned, as did English domestic rugby, on the back of guidance from the government that stated there was no obligation on sports organizations to cancel.See the Story
40% Left coverage: 40 sources
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Europe · London
Conservative leadership contest: How many backers does each candidate have so far?
Patrick Brown entered the race to become the next leader of the Conservative Party of Canada without resigning his job as Brampton's mayor. Brown's position in the federal race changed last week when the party's leadership election organizing committee voted to boot him from the contest over an allegation that he breached federal financing laws.See the Story
53% Center coverage: 23 sources
Liz Truss holds commanding lead over Rishi Sunak in race to be next UK Prime Minister: Survey
Liz Truss is the favourite to become the next prime minister, according to bookmakers. Rishi Sunak is the 6/4 underdog with Betfair, Paddy Power and William Hill. Ms Truss and Mr Sunak will now fight for votes among party members. The final two contenders will face each other in a televised BBC debate.See the Story
44% Left coverage: 9 sources
Operation London Bridge: What is happening today
Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning monarch of Britain, died on September 8 at the age of 96, at her Scottish estate, Balmoral Castle. The end of her 70-year reign set in motion an elaborate plan for the next 10 days, honed clandestinely for decades but only reported first in 2017 by The Guardian and then Politico in 2021. The protocol, including planned ceremonial and political events and the succession of the throne, is known as Operation London Bridge.See the Story
60% Left coverage: 5 sources
UK will know the name of its new prime minister on September 5
So far 11 candidates are in the running to be UK's new prime minister. Penny Mordaunt is most popular with members of the Conservative Party according to a poll. The new leader will face challenges like evaporating support for the Conservatives. The battle to secure the top job comes after one of the most tumultuous periods in modern British political history.See the Story
67% Left coverage: 3 sources
Charities concerned as details of £400 energy bill support for Britain revealed
The discount will be paid to consumers over 6 months with payments starting from October 2022. People with a domestic electricity meter point paying for their energy via standard credit, payment card and direct debit will receive an automatic deduction to their bills over the 6 month period. The UK government said that steps are also being taken to protect consumers from the risk of fraud and gaming.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 2 sources
Coffee · England
7 best cafes to enjoy a coffee in Wiltshire based on Tripadvisor reviews
October 1 is International Coffee Day a day dedicated to the steaming brew. Wiltshire is overflowing with cafes and coffee shops to quench your thirst. Here are seven of the best cafes in the county with at least a 4.5 Tripadvisor rating, that we think you're going to love.See the Story
England · England
Farmer banned from road following crash the morning after the night before
An Aberdeenshire farmer has been banned from driving after crashing his car the morning after a night out.See the Story