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Flags back at full-mast as mourning period ends
Flags back at full-mast as mourning period ends

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Flags on British government buildings around the world are flying at full-mast once again, as the period of national mourning following the death of Queen Elizabeth II draws to a close.

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The Queen was buried in a private ceremony in Windsor on Monday evening, following a state funeral in London and military procession to Windsor Castle.

But the Royal Family will continue to observe another week of mourning.

Senior royals are not expected to carry out any public duties during this time.

Flags at royal residences will remain at half-mast until 08:00 BST on 27 September - the day after their mourning period ends.

Buckingham Palace has said royal household staff, representatives of the household on official duties and troops committed to ceremonial duties will also observe the extended mourning.

A clean-up operation is under way after hundreds of thousands of people across the UK flocked to London to watch the Queen's funeral.

Council workers wearing black ribbons and bows were deployed to pick up litter and remove sand on roads around Westminster.

Cleaners at Southwark Council in south London worked an extra 24 hours during the time mourners queued to visit the Queen lying-in-state - removing seven tonnes of rubbish in the process.

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