Monday is set to be packed with funeral events for the late Queen Elizabeth in London and Windsor as hundreds of thousands of mourners ready to say their final goodbye.
Fresh round of clashes erupted amid heightened tension in Leicester since India-Pakistan cricket match on August 28.
London police arrest and charge a man with assaulting two women in a garden where people were queuing to catch a glimpse of Queen Elizabeth's coffin.
London’s Metropolitan police force said there is no terrorism link to the stabbing and that a suspect has been arrested.
Opinion divided in Iran over the future of bilateral relations with Britain under Liz Truss, who had annoyed Tehran’s leadership with a hardline stance on nuclear talks.
Queen Elizabeth's body will be borne on a horse-drawn gun carriage from her Buckingham Palace home to Westminster Hall, a day after the monarch's body was flown from Edinburgh to London, which became the most tracked flight in history.
Charles told members of the House of Commons and House of Lords that he would follow his late mother Queen Elizabeth II in upholding “the precious principles of constitutional governance” that underpin the UK’s political system.
While the queen was not directly responsible for her governments’ policies, she was nevertheless a willing tool and symbol of the British state which wrought havoc across the world.
Two days after the death of his mother elevated him to the throne, King Charles III was officially proclaimed Britain’s monarch, in a ceremony steeped in ancient tradition and political symbolism.
Charles, who automatically succeeded his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, says her death was a moment of great sadness for himself and his family.
Network Rail, which manages Britain's railways, says it welcomes the unions' decision to call off strikes.
Liz Truss is set to meet her top team at a morning meeting before she faces a barrage of questions from her political opponents in the parliament.
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