Queen Elizabeth’s death marks the end of an era, but the union is far from over

When Queen Elizabeth left Westminster Abbey to the strains of Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance after her coronation in 1953, the BBC’s Richard Dimbleby told the British public that “majesty, splendor and beauty are fading from our sight”.

he soul is now gone from this world more than 70 years after ascending the throne, and her body will disappear from our sight when she is buried next to her beloved husband in about a week. There are those who believe – largely because they want it to be true – that the demise of the Queen will hasten the disintegration of the United Kingdom.

https://www.independent.ie/opinion/comment/death-of-queen-elizabeth-marks-end-of-an-era-but-the-union-is-a-long-way-from-finished-41979346.html Queen Elizabeth’s death marks the end of an era, but the union is far from over

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