1 week ago
Armistice Day: the final day of the First World War, as it happened on November 11, 1918 Daniel Hannan: Though the way we remember World War One constantly changes, we mourn all the same Eleven soldiers who lost their lives on Armistice Day How the Great War changed our nation forever Find the Great War heroes who share your name Charles Moore: Why Remembrance matters so much Last Post plays at Ypres as veterans mark 100 years since the end of the First World War The Prince of Wales has led the nation in remembering those who gave their lives in the First World War as he laid the wreath at the Cenotaph. For the first time ever he was joined the German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier, marking a historic act of reconciliation between the two nations. The Queen watched from the balcony of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office along with the Duchess of Cambridge and Duchess of Cornwall. Remembrance services have been taking place all over Britain and Europe, which is an hour ahead, to...
3 weeks ago
The Queen's last corgi has died - ending Her Majesty’s close association with the breed dating back eight decades. Whisper, a 12-year-old corgi, had become a loyal companion to the royals after the Queen adopted him in 2016 following the death of his owner - a former Sandringham gamekeeper.  Her Majesty had become fond of the dog, who would follow her from room to room at Buckingham Palace, according to the Daily Mail.  But it is understood Whisper died on Saturday, of meaning the Queen no longer owns any corgis. In April, it was revealed that Willow, a 14th-generation descendant of the Queen’s first dog Susan, was put down having suffered from a cancer-related illness. It is understood The Queen did not want Willow, who was almost 15, to suffer any further. Insiders said at the time she was hit “extremely hard” by the loss of Willow, who had become her most devoted companion.   Whisper had filled the void over the past few months, but now the last remaining corgi h...
October 8th, 2018
Along Wales' rugged Pembrokeshire Coast in Britain, someone is creating intricate works of sand art. Read on and draw this mystery to a close.
October 4th, 2018
A new memorial honouring people killed on a Japanese merchant ship during the First World War will be unveiled in Pembrokeshire.
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