The sequence of events that will follow the death of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II is codenamed Operation London Bridge.
Politico’s server, who has confidential documents from the British government at its disposal, reported this on Friday. They describe the exact procedure of what government authorities will do in the event of the Queen’s death.
“The documents show an extraordinary level of involvement by all UK government bodies, including a large-scale security operation designed to deal with unprecedented crowds and traffic chaos,” Politico said.
According to the British daily The Guardian, the strategy of accessing social networks will also play an important role after the death of the Queen. The site of the royal family will be completely black. There will only be a brief announcement of the Queen’s death. The government website and all government accounts on social networks will display a black banner. Content that is not urgent will not be published.
The government will be the first to know of death’s death
Government officials were the first to find out about the Queen’s death over the phone. The Queen’s personal secretary contacts the Prime Minister and informs him that Elizabeth II. she died. Other ministers and high-ranking government officials will also find out by phone the Queen’s death. The day of the Queen’s death is referred to as “Victory Day”.
“D-Day + 1” marks the first day after the Queen’s death. Prince Charles will be officially declared the new king. At 3.30pm local time, the prime minister and his entire cabinet will attend the new king for the public.
In D-Day + 2, the coffin will be transported to Buckingham Palace. If the Queen dies at her home in Norfolk, she will be taken to London by train. If she dies in Scotland, the authorities will activate Operation “Unicorn”. Otherwise, Operation Overstudy will be activated, which envisages air transportation.
The official funeral will not take place until the tenth day
State funeral for Elizabeth II. Until the 10th (D-Day + 10) at Westminster Cathedral in London. At noon, the entire monarchy will remain silent for two minutes. The Queen will be buried in the King George VI Memorial Chapel. Next to her husband, Prince Philip, who died on April 17.
Politico’s servant noted that “the 95-year-old appears to be in good health and there is no indication that these plans” should be implemented in the foreseeable future. Procedures in the event of the death of Elizabeth II.
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