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King Charles III addresses parliament

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This morning, surrounded by the lead, oak and stone of Westminster Hall, King Charles III addressed parliament. Lindsay Hoyle, speaker of the Commons, introduced him, and said that he knew the new King would ‘bear those responsibilities which fall to you’. King Charles said that he was resolved to follow his mother’s ‘selfless duty’. 

Katy Balls speaks to Fraser Nelson and James Forsyth about what comes next. 

Produced by Max Jeffery.


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