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Publishing date: May 06, 2021  •  4 hours ago  •  1 minute read  • 
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Queen Elizabeth II is serving up her own beers made from plants on her royal estate in Norfolk, England.
The British monarch has approved the sale of two bottled beverages produced using organic barley harvested from the gardens of Sandringham: a 4.3% proof Best Bitter and a slightly stronger 5% Golden IPA.

British navy dispatched to Jersey after France threatens blockade

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A post-Brexit dispute has escalated as 100 French fishing boats plan to block Jersey’s port and France threatens to cut off the island’s power.

Prince Philip's Cause Of Death Has Been Revealed

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Queen Elizabeth's physician confirmed Prince Philip's official cause of death.

British Aircraft Carrier Departs on Landmark Deployment with Marine Corps F-35s Aboard

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U.S. Marines have joined a British naval crew to form the biggest fifth-generation carrier air wing in the world.

Prince Philip's Cause Of Death Has Been Revealed | The 90s to Now

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Queen Elizabeth's physician confirmed Prince Philip's official cause of death.

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, wins copyright case over letter to father

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The judge also ruled that the Mail on Sunday should pay the remaining 10 per cent of legal costs relating to his earlier judgement in February, as ...

Queen introduces her own beer brand month after Prince Philip's death

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Queen introduces her own beer brand month after Prince Philip's death
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Thu, May 06, 2021
Queen Elizabeth reportedly expended her business as she launched her own beer brand, with two bitters going on sale at the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.
The Sandringham Estate has announced on twitter that it has developed its own beer range.  The launch comes soon after the death of Queen's husband Prince Philip.
 The Palace reportedly confirmed that the beverages will go on sale at the estate’s gift shop, which is now re-open following the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.
The beers, which have been produced using organic barley harvested from the estate’s gardens, come in two variations: a 4.3 per cent Best Bitter and a slightly stronger five per cent Golden IPA.

Queen Elizabeth launches her own beer brand weeks after husband Prince Philip's death

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Queen Elizabeth launches her own beer brand weeks after husband Prince Philip's death
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Thursday May 06, 2021
Queen Elizabeth's Sandringham Estate has announced on twitter that it has developed its own beer range. The launch comes soon after the death of Prince Philip.
The 95-year-old monarch reportedly launched her own beer brand, with two bitters going on sale at the Sandringham Estate in Norfolk.
The Palace reportedly confirmed that the beverages will go on sale at the estate’s gift shop, which is now re-open following the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.
The beers, which have been produced using organic barley harvested from the estate’s gardens, come in two variations: a 4.3 per cent Best Bitter and a slightly stronger five per cent Golden IPA.

Meghan Markle Wins UK Copyright Claim Over Letter to Father

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FILE – In this Saturday March 7, 2020 file photo, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex with Prince Harry arrives at the Royal Albert Hall in London, to attend the Mountbatten Festival of Music. (Simon Dawson/Pool via AP, File)
LONDON (AFP) — A British court on Wednesday upheld Meghan Markle’s copyright claim against Associated Newspapers, the publisher of the Mail on Sunday and MailOnline, over its publication of a letter to her father.
The ruling by judge Mark Warby means the Duchess of Sussex, as Markle is formally known, has now won every part of her legal claim against the newspaper group, which published a handwritten letter she wrote to her father Thomas Markle.

Two intruders have been arrested after being discovered near Prince Andrew's home - 06-May-2021


Two intruders have been arrested after being discovered near Prince Andrew's home
A man aged 31 and a 29-year-old woman, who was believed to be his girlfriend, were arrested after climbing fences near Royal Lodge at Windsor Great Park on 25 April and taken to Maidenhead Police Station, where they were later bailed pending further inquiries
6 May 2021
A spokesperson for Thames Valley Police said: “Thames Valley Police was called to reports of two trespassers in the grounds of the Royal Lodge at Windsor Great Park on Sunday afternoon.
“Two people, a 29-year-old woman and a 31-year-old man, both from London, were arrested on suspicion of being found in or upon enclosed premises and have been released under investigation while enquiries continue. There was no risk to any individual on the site.”

Meghan wins UK copyright claim over letter to father

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Meghan wins UK copyright claim over letter to father
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May 6, 2021
LONDON: A British court on Wednesday upheld Meghan Markle’s copyright claim against Associated Newspapers, the publisher of the Mail on Sunday and MailOnline, over its publication of a letter to her father.
The ruling by judge Mark Warby means the Duchess of Sussex, as Markle is formally known, has now won every part of her legal claim against the newspaper group, which published a handwritten letter she wrote to her father Thomas Markle.
Warby said on Wednesday at a remote hearing lawyers acting for Queen Elizabeth II had assured him the copyright did not belong to the Crown so he was granting “summary judgement” over that remaining aspect of the case, too. In February the High Court issued Meghan with a “summary judgement”, meaning she won her privacy and data protection rights claims against Associated Newspapers over the letter’s publication without having to go to trial. Warby also ordered the Mail on Sunday to print a front-page statement acknowledging her legal victory. But the judge said at the time her copyright claim needed further scrutiny because the newspaper group suggested Meghan did not fully own the letter’s copyright and members of the royal communications team helped her draft it.

Which Australian cruise is best for you in 2021?

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For centuries, the engine’s deep rumble, followed by shuddering of the decks, have indicated that a ship is about to leave dock. It’s a moment that creates joy in any seafarer’s heart – and the time is finally approaching when the hard-hit cruise sector can again anticipate the roar of ship propellers.
Make no mistake: the industry is stirring.
OK, the global commercial cruise fleet of some 315 ships isn’t about to hit the seas any time soon. But all hands are hauling on the ropes to get there eventually.
Over the past 10 months or so – since the 2020 northern hemisphere summer – a number of cruise bubbles have been operating in Europe – around Scandinavia, Great Britain and the Mediterranean – as well as in Singapore, Taiwan, and Israel.

Princess Charlotte's real age EXPOSED

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"Charlotte says, 'I'm six now, I'll do what I want.'" Wills was apparently overheard saying, adding: "They grow up very fast." 
Princess Charlotte celebrated her sixth birthday on May 2nd this year. To mark the important milestone, the official royal family Instagram account shared a new photo of the sixteen, sorry... six-year-old, and fans couldn't help but notice an extremely sweet detail about the snap. 
"Charlotte says, 'I'm six now, I'll do what I want.'" Prince William was apparently overheard saying.
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The lovely picture captured Princess Charlotte donning a sweet floral number and rocking her long blonde locks. 

Veteran joins '100 Club' | Dandenong Star Journal

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A World War II veteran saluted his 100th birthday with family, friends and two fellow centenarians in Noble Park.
Ken Rogasch celebrated with daughters Lynne and Dianne, nephew Rob and great-grandson Harrison at his home at Belvedere Aged Care on 18 April.
A carpenter by trade, Mr Rogasch had been married to his late wife Gladys for 62 years.
On his birthday, residents paid tribute to Ken by singing his favourite song You Are My Sunshine – one that he used to sing to his wife.
“Ken sang with them, tapping his fingers to the rhythm with a big smile on his face,” a Belvedere spokesperson said.

Meghan Markle wins last court copyright claim over letter to father in UK tabloid lawsuit

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Meghan Markle wins last court copyright claim over letter to father in UK tabloid lawsuit
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Meghan's letter to her estranged father was written a few months after she married Prince Harry.
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Meghan and her husband, the Duke of Sussex, have successfully mounted further legal action over media breaches of their privacy since moving to the United States last year.
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LONDON:A British court on Wednesday upheld Meghan Markle's copyright claim against Associated Newspapers, the publisher of the Mail on Sunday and MailOnline, over its publication of a letter to her father.

Camilla Parker Bowles Fighting Kate Middleton Over Who Will Be The Next Queen Of England?

Ever since she married Prince William, Kate Middleton and Camilla Parker Bowles have been in-laws. Last year, a tabloid claimed that the two royal wives

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Britain and US pledge to 'preserve freedom of the seas' before huge operation in Indo-Pacific

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The UK is undertaking its biggest deployment of maritime and air power since the Falklands war

How the British Sold Globalism to America

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ON APRIL 13, 1919, a detachment of fifty British soldiers opened fire on protesters in Amritsar, India, killing hundreds. The soldiers were Indians, in British uniforms. Their commander was an Englishman. When Colonel Reginald Dyer gave the order, fifty Indians fired on their own countrymen, without hesitation, and kept on firing for ten minutes. That’s called soft power. The British Empire was built on it. Soft power is the ability to seduce and coopt others into doing your bidding. Some would call it mind control. Through the use of soft power, a small country like England can dominate larger, more populous … Continue reading →

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