Britons mark Queen Elizabeth’s funeral in a variety of ways | ABC News

Britons mark queen elizabeth's funeral in a variety of ways | abc news

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People around the United Kingdom have marked the monarch’s funeral in a variety of ways, as reporter Allyson Horn discovered in the town of Westgate on Sea, outside London.

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The United Kingdom, made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, is an island nation in northwestern Europe.

The capital is London. The present monarch is Queen Elizabeth II.

The United Kingdom is the seat of the formerly extensive British Empire.

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