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Recent articles by Cahal:

Iranian 'suicide' drones used by Russia in Ukraine 'manufactured with British and US components'

An investigation by i shows that Russia has probably unleashed at least 90 Shahed-136 'kamikaze' drones on Ukrainian targets in recent weeks. New evidence suggests the weapons are the latest used by the Kremlin to contain Western components → Read More

The coronation: Preparations begin for King Charles to be crowned at ‘slimmed down’ event in summer 2023

Prince Charles looking solemn as he stands chin on hand between the late Queen Mother and late Princess Margaret in the Royal Box at Westminster Abbey, from where he saw his mother crowned in 1953. The young prince was the first member of the Royal Family to attend his parent’s coronation as a young child. Now preparations are being made for his own coronation (Photo: PA/PA Wire) → Read More

The end of the Elizabethan age: A family, a nation and the world bid an emotional farewell

The Queen was laid to rest on Monday as events drew a haunting, sorrowful veil over the reign of Elizabeth II → Read More

The Queen’s funeral: Royals prepare to say final goodbye today with state funeral to be watched by billions

The final members of the public pay their respects at the coffin of the Queen Elizabeth II, draped in the Royal Standard with the Imperial State Crown and the Sovereign's orb and sceptre (Photo: Yui Mok/PA Wire) → Read More

UK stops to hold a minute’s silence for Elizabeth II ahead of a funeral like no other

Members of the public stand in the queue with the Palace of Westminster in the background at sunset, as they wait in line to pay their respects to the late Queen.(Photo by MARCO BERTORELLO/AFP via Getty Images) → Read More

Queue for the Queen’s lying-in-state reopens with 24-hour wait as mourners determined to pay respects

Those wishing to see and honour the Queen remained unperturbed → Read More

The Queen returns home – and the choreography of national mourning enters its final phase

The Queen’s oak casket will on Wednesday afternoon be brought to lie in state in Westminster Hall → Read More

The Queen begins her final journey borne by Balmoral gamekeepers as King Charles is proclaimed around the UK

Thousands lined the roads from Balmoral to Edinburgh at the culmination of a weekend that saw the new King formally proclaimed as at least one Commonwealth country signalled its intention to hold a vote to become a republic → Read More

Charles the ‘outspoken’ royal is set to usher in new style of monarchy with a quiet constitutional revolution

That the former Prince of Wales will make changes is almost beyond question - but how far might he pursue an 'activist monarchy'? → Read More

The Queen behind closed doors: The private Elizabeth behind the public image

It was a living face recognised, scrutinised and gazed upon probably by more people than any other in human history. Yet so few people truly knew of Queen Elizabeth's exuberant personality behind closed doors. → Read More

Queen Elizabeth II mastered the art of embracing change in a historic reign that bridged generations

In her first Christmas broadcast after her coronation in 1953, a twentysomething Elizabeth II sat behind a microphone in New Zealand while dressed in a formal gown and offered her thoughts on the nature of monarchy. → Read More

Michael Gove: The prime ministerial fixer whose Machiavellian spirit denied him the top jobs

The former levelling up secretary, sacked in the chaotic last hours of Boris Johnson's premiership, has said he has no expectation of returning to government. Unlike Mr Johnson, it is statement probably to be taken at face value → Read More

Revealed: the lies Putin wants Ukrainian children taught to 'brainwash' them into loving Russia

Pupils living under Russian occupation in Ukraine returned to their lessons with a new curriculum that repeats Vladimir Putin's skewed version of history as hundreds of families flew territory under Moscow's control → Read More

How Mikhail Gorbachev gave Russia its freedom and why its people never forgave him

The last leader of the Soviet Union is feted in the West for his reformist zeal and presiding over the end of the Cold War but he ended his life shunned in his native country for presiding over the fall of the USSR → Read More

Heavy fighting as Ukraine seeks to retake Kherson from Russia, but officials warn it will be ‘slow grind’

Ukraine's long-awaited counter-offensive saw heavy fighting focused on bridge crossings, command posts and munitions dumps - but Kyiv also went out of its way to warn that progress to oust Russian forces is likely to be incremental → Read More

Ukraine troops 'break through Russian lines' in long-awaited counter-offensive in Kherson

Ukraine claims it can take back the crucial Kherson region but Washington sources caution that it is not yet clear whether Kyiv has massed sufficient forces for a sustained all-out assault to push Kremlin forces back into Crimea → Read More

Criminals leave a bitter taste for UK cooks by targeting £17bn herbs and spices market with fakes

From mixing oregano with olive leaves to using molecular science to counterfeit precious saffron, fraud gangs are cashing in - and messing with our meals → Read More

When women’s football was bigger than the men’s game in England, and how it was banned by the FA

During the First World War, a Preston munitions factory set up a football team to provide an outlet for its female workers, drawing huge crowds. But it was not to last → Read More

Euro 2022: What men's football fans have to learn from followers of the women's game

While England men's Euro final against Italy last year was marred by ugly scenes at Wembley, support for the Lionesses has been characterised by sportsmanship on and off the pitch → Read More

Britain’s oldest surviving shipwreck revealed after sinking off Dorset 750 years ago with cargo of gravestones

The medieval vessel, which sank in Poole Bay carrying a consignment of items fashioned from Purbeck stone, is one of three rare shipwrecks being granted protected status → Read More