LIVE: The Final Day of the Queen’s Lying-in-State

Live: the final day of the queen's lying-in-state

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‘LIVE: The Final Day of the Queen’s Lying-in-State’

As the Queen’s Lying-in-State enters its final full day, the queue of people wishing to pay their respects to the late monarch have swelled to epic proportions.

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