How will the UK change following the Queen’s death?

Future course to be mapped out by King Charles III after passing of the nation’s ‘North Star’

A resident watches King Charles on TV
The Queen was a unifying figure in a country that had increasingly felt divided in recent years
(Image credit: Leon Neal / Getty Images)

Addressing Parliament in 2002 as the nation celebrated her Golden Jubilee, Queen Elizabeth II said of her reign: “Change has been a constant, managing it has become an expanding discipline. The way we embrace it defines our future.”

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