Britain's BBC switches to broadcast after news on Queen's health – Reuters UK

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Britain's Queen Elizabeth leads the lighting of the principal Jubilee beacon, as part of Platinum Jubilee celebrations, at Windsor Castle, Britain, June 2, 2022. Steve Parsons/Pool via REUTERS/File Photo
LONDON, Sept 8 (Reuters) – Britain's national broadcaster the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) interrupted its scheduled programming to switch to rolling news bulletins following the announcement that doctors were concerned for Queen Elizabeth's health on Thursday.
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King Charles told parliament on Monday he was "resolved faithfully to follow" the example set by his mother Queen Elizabeth, addressing lawmakers and peers in what he described as "the living and breathing instrument of our democracy".
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