AMANDA FERGUSON in Belfast
Wednesday, September 14, 2022
The Queen is dead.
There has been huge interest in the story of the Queen's death and the new King, Charles III.
I have been broadcasting for LBC, BBC Radio Foyle, U105, RTÉ Radio One, Times Radio, LBC News, and BBC Radio Scotland.
And this is my latest for Reuters with Padraic Halpin, Conor Humphries, Clodagh Kilcoyne and the London team:
Irish nationalists look forward to working with King Charles. READ:
Northern Ireland loyalists anxious as 'stalwart' Queen passes. READ: https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/northern-ireland-loyalists-anxious-stalwart-queen-passes-2022-09-12/
And I loved this wee Chocolate Manor story: https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/so-honoured-northern-irish-chocolatiers-chocolate-box-handed-king-charles-2022-09-13/
And my latest for The Washington Post with Anthony Faiola and William Booth published today:
On U.K. tour, a question for Charles: Can he be the king of hearts?
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