# Queen Elizabeth

This year
# Windor Castle
Man caught in Windsor Castle grounds with crossbow admits trying to harm late Queen Elizabeth
Jaswant Singh Chail pleaded guilty to three charges, including an offence under the Treason Act, during a hearing at the Old Bailey.
Last year
Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II draws to a close as UK mourns
Huge crowds turned out to pay their respects to the monarch.
# The Queue
Queen's lying in state ends as some mourners vent frustration after being turned away from queue
There were peak wait times of 14 hours yesterday.
# Queen Elizabeth
Queen Elizabeth's grandchildren mount vigil around coffin
Prince William also shook hands with those in the lengthy line.
# Northern Ireland
Unionists complain of 'too much' discussion about Sinn Féin in wake of Queen Elizabeth's death
The new king met Sinn Féin Vice President Michelle O’Neill and DUP Leader Jeffrey Donaldson this week.
# London
Royal guard collapses next to Queen Elizabeth’s coffin on first night of lying in state
Soldiers in ceremonial uniform are maintaining a constant, 24-hour vigil around the queen’s coffin.
# UK
Crowds gather in London as queen's coffin to go on display
Members of the public have been paying their respects to the late monarch since 5pm this evening.
# London
Heathrow airport cancels flights to reduce noise near queen's funeral procession
More flights are expected to be axed during the queen’s funeral on Monday.
# Royals
Queen Elizabeth II's family pay respects as her coffin arrives at Buckingham Palace
The queen’s coffin will lie in state for four days in Westminster Hall.
# Poll
Two-thirds of people approve of tricolour being flown at half-mast as mark of respect for queen
68% of people said they would welcome a future visit to Ireland by King Charles III.
# Edinburgh
Man charged after Prince Andrew heckled during procession of queen's coffin in Scotland
Video showed the man being dragged to the ground in an altercation.
# royal duties
Truss and Sturgeon join King Charles III for queen's thanksgiving service
Charles will visit Northern Ireland tomorrow for a memorial service, which the Taoiseach and President will attend.
# last journey
Thousands line Queen’s coffin route to pay final respects in Scotland
The cortege travelled around 180-miles from Balmoral to Edinburgh in a journey lasting more than six hours.
# Australia
Death of Queen Elizabeth II rekindles Australian republic debate
Australia’s constitutional ties to the British monarchy will be open to debate for the first time since change was rejected in a 1999 referendum.
# Royal Family
Charles formally declared British King as Elizabeth's funeral details released
“I am deeply aware of this great inheritance and of the duties and heavy responsibilities of Sovereignty which have now passed to me.”
# insensitive
FAI joins Shamrock Rovers to condemn 'callous' chant mocking death of Queen Elizabeth II
Rovers say the chant is ‘not acceptable and is against the values’ of the club.
# factcheck
Debunked: Tony Cascarino did not throw his takeaway in the bin and other fake queen claims
There were no Irish dancers at Buckingham Palace either.
# Matters of State
The Queen and Us: An historic visit and the complicated relationship between Britain and Ireland
Ireland is more exposed to the Britain’s relationship with its monarchy than any other nation.
# UK
Man charged under Britain's Treason Act after alleged crossbow incident at Windsor Castle
Jaswant Singh Chail was charged with “wilfully producing a loaded crossbow with intent” to injure Queen Elizabeth.
# UK
Thousands gather at Buckingham Palace for day one of jubilee celebrations
Thousands gathered at Buckingham Palace for the Trooping the Colour ceremony, as royal family greeted them from the palace balcony.
All time
# UK
Britain's Queen Elizabeth to miss Remembrance event due to sprained back
The queen missed an event in Northern Ireland last month due to health concerns.
# Derry
Princess Anne unveils stone to mark Northern Ireland’s centenary
She visited several venues across Co Derry today.
# Armagh
Britain's Queen Elizabeth unable to attend NI centenary event on medical grounds
The queen is to stay at Windsor Castle outside London.
The queen had been due to travel to Northern Ireland but will now stay in Windsor Castle.
The decision is not understood to be related to Covid-19.
President Michael D Higgins had previously declined an invitation to the event.
'Constitutional republican' Jack Chambers attending NI service 'to build on peace and reconciliation'
President Higgins says title of service marking partition and founding of NI 'isn't a neutral statement'
# operation london bridge
UK Cabinet Office reportedly launches inquiry into leaking of Queen’s death plans
These plans, codenamed Operation London Bridge, were seen in full by Politico.
# Back from the Dead
French broadcaster apologises for 'killing off' Queen Elizabeth and Clint Eastwood
The station said a “technical problem” caused the notices to be released.
# donal billings
Man who put bomb on bus during Queen Elizabeth's 2011 visit loses appeal against sentence severity
His trial was heard in both Irish and English, as was his appeal today.
# it's happening
Royal assent given to Brexit deal as Johnson hails 'crossing the finish line' despite ongoing negotiations
The British Prime Minister called for the “rancour and division” to be left behind.
# Megxit
Queen Elizabeth to join 'crisis talks' with Harry, Charles and William at her Sandringham estate
It will be the first time the four will have met since Harry’s decision to ‘step back’ from royal duties.
# insta famous
The Queen has posted to Instagram for the first time
And it’s about…. science. Kind of.
# rip willow
The Queen is said to be finding the loss of her last corgi Willow "extremely hard"
Two ‘dorgis’ have been left behind.
# Uh oh
ANOTHER British newspaper has written about Prince Philip's death...
He’s still alive… but The Duke of Edinburgh did announce his retirement today.
# modernising the monarchy
Prince Harry: 'Is there any one of the royal family who wants to be king or queen? I don’t think so'
The British prince said that he and his family are in the process of ‘modernising the monarchy’.
# tongue tied
'Hang on a second': Boris Johnson struggles for words in interview about Queen's Speech
Johnson was grilled on the measures the speech highlighted to tackle the UK’s “burning injustices”.
# yas queen
Queen Elizabeth might have given a subtle nod to the EU with her hat
We see what you did there.
# brexit means what
'I got us into this mess, I'll get us out': Theresa May tries to unify her new Cabinet
Boris Johnson said that May gave a ‘stonking performance’ at the first meeting with her new Cabinet this evening.
# stepping down
'Still throwing spears?': The gaffe-prone Prince who was the 'strength' behind British throne
At the ripe old age of 95, Prince Philip has announced his retirement from official royal duties.
# bring it on
Queen Elizabeth has given the go-ahead on Brexit with royal stamp of approval
Theresa May’s planned timeline to trigger Article 50 by the end of the month looks on course.
# cash for ash
McGuinness resignation: The latest chapter in a remarkable political career
Martin McGuinness’s career to date has seen some surprising twists.
# New Year's Day
Queen Elizabeth misses another church service due to 'heavy cold'
The Queen of England also missed the Christmas Day service – for the first time in 30 years.
# donal billings
Man who made bomb threats during Queen's visit jailed for 8.5 years
The judge said Donal Billings “recklessly exposed passengers, staff and members of the emergency services to very significant risk of serious injury or death”.