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‘Why did he do it?’ how Rishi Sunak’s early election backfired on the PM

The Observer 26 May 2024
Two days after Rishi Sunak stood in Downing Street to announce an early general election, only for the heavens to open, Tory MPs in the Palace of Westminster were still scratching their heads in disbelief.
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Prince Andrew is seen riding his horse at Windsor - after King Charles revealed plans ...

The Daily Mail 25 May 2024
'The statement put out by Buckingham Palace after the Prime Minister called a General Election, states that the royal family has 'postponed engagements which may appear to divert attention or distract from the election campaign'.
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King Charles and Prince William abruptly cancel upcoming royal engagements with apology, here's why

Hindustan Times 24 May 2024
In a statement, Buckingham Palace stated that both the King and his son William would likely continue to postpone ... The palace hopes to keep the netizens' attention focused on the general election.
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Trooping the Colour WILL go ahead next month with King Charles in attendance - despite ...

The Daily Mail 24 May 2024
Buckingham Palace has had to cancel and review dozens of forthcoming royal engagements as a result of the General Election, but it is now understood that the official celebrations of the sovereign’s birthday on Saturday June 15 are unaffected.
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Why King Charles & Prince William Are Canceling Their Royal Engagements

E! Online 24 May 2024
After Prime Minister Rishi Sunak's general election announcement, the Palace shared that the royals are postponing their public appearances ... .
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Prince William, Prince George set to rock Wembley at FA Cup final

The News International 24 May 2024
William's appearance is likely to be one of only a handful made by the Royal Family in the coming weeks after Buckingham palace postponed engagements following the General Election for July 4. .
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King Charles becomes patron of his austere old school which he once branded

The Daily Mail 24 May 2024
He was reported to have described his experience at Gordonstoun as 'Colditz in kilts' ... While Buckingham Palace has had to cancel dozens of events as a result of the General Election, the ceremony will be unaffected. Prince PhilipRoyals. .
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ROYAL VISITOR

The Manila Times 23 May 2024
meets with Queen Máxima of the Netherlands, United Nations secretary-general’s special advocate for inclusive finance for development, during a courtesy call at Malacañan Palace in Manila on May 22, 2024.
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Japan state visit to UK

The Daily Mail 23 May 2024
Buckingham Palace's announcement ahead of the General Election on July 4 confirms the normal procedure for senior royals not to undertake any public duties that could divert attention from campaigning or appear to favour one political party.
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How the U.K. General Election Will Impact the Royal Family

Time Magazine 23 May 2024
Britain’s royal family will postpone certain engagements in light of the general election that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced on Wednesday ... TIME has reached out to Buckingham Palace for comment and further information.
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Royal family cancels public engagements as UK PM Rishi Sunak calls for surprise summer elections on July 4

Live Mint 23 May 2024
... due to general elections, said Buckingham Palace on Wednesday. The announcement of July 4 vote disrupted a string of events planned for King Charles and other members of the royal family.
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Smotrich calls for Hezbollah ultimatum: Withdraw or IDF goes in

The American Israelite 23 May 2024
Courtesy of JNS. Photo credit. Ayal Margolin/Flash90 ... (U.N ... The U.N ... Gilad Noam, Israeli deputy attorney general for international law, said at an International Court of Justice hearing on the Rafah operation at the Peace Palace in The Hague ... .
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Philippine financial inclusion efforts get a boost from Queen Maxima

The Philadelphia Inquirer 23 May 2024
welcomed the Queen to Malacañan Palace on Wednesday, who went to the Philippines in her capacity as the United Nations Secretary-General’s Special ...
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'Sincere apologies': Royal family pause public engagements

NewstalkZB 23 May 2024
Buckingham Palace revealed the news shortly after Rishi Sunak announced that there would be a General Election on July 4 ... A spokesperson for the palace said in a statement ... Photo / Kensington Palace.

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