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Queen's granddaughter Zara Tindall reveals second miscarriage

Queen's granddaughter Zara Tindall reveals second miscarriage

Health
Zara Tindall has spoken about suffering two miscarriages before having her second child.The Queen's granddaughter had announced in 2016 that a pregnancy announced the previous month had ended in a miscarriage.Now she has told the Sunday Times she later suffered another miscarriage before becoming pregnant with her daughter Lena, who was born in June.She said for a time "you don't talk about it because it's too raw"."But as with everything, time's a great healer," she said. Royal Family tree and succession line Who are the youngest royals? The Olympic medal-winning equestrian is married to ex-England rugby captain Mike Tindall. The pair have a four-year-old daughter Mia as well as Lena.Mrs Tindall does not hold a royal title and i...
UPI Horse Racing Weekend Preview: Queen's Plate, Irish Derby up next

UPI Horse Racing Weekend Preview: Queen's Plate, Irish Derby up next

Sports
The Queen's Plate in Canada, the Irish Derby and a French filly and mare showdown top an international buffet of classy weekend racing. Woodbine has a stellar supporting program for the Queen's Plate. Belmont Park, Monmouth and Gulfstream have important stakes. And Churchill Downs has a couple races for the precocious and ambitious 2-year-old set. Last weekend, the Queen herself at Royal Ascot. This weekend, the Queen's Plate in the former colony. We flow on with the narrative ... The Queen's Plate Saturday's $ 1 million (Canadian) Queen's Plate at Woodbine features the first three finishers from the Plate Trial and the top two from the Woodbine Oaks Mark Casse trains the Plate Trial winner, Telekinesis, and Wonder Gadot, who has finished second by narrow margins in the Fantasy at Oaklaw...
Former Liverpool and Scotland legend Kenny Dalglish given knighthood in Queen's Birthday Honours list

Former Liverpool and Scotland legend Kenny Dalglish given knighthood in Queen's Birthday Honours list

Sports
Dalglish is viewed by many as Liverpool's greatest ever player Friday, June 8, 2018 Kenny Dalglish has been knighted in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for his services to football as well as his charity work and the support of the Hillsborough families. The Liverpool legend won three European Cups and six league titles in what was a glittering career as a player and a manager for the Reds. He also made 102 appearances for Scotland. But perhaps what has earned him the knighthood is through his charity work for the Marina Dalglish Appeal and the support he offered to the families affected by the Hillsborough disaster in 1989, in which 96 Liverpool fans lost their lives. He said: "I thought it was a tax bill. For the family, it's a huge...
Queen's secrets found in Heathrow data breach

Queen's secrets found in Heathrow data breach

Technology
Heathrow officials are investigating after a USB stick containing confidential data – including the exact route the Queen takes to the airport – was reportedly found in the street.A total of 76 folders were on the stick, including maps, videos and documents, the Sunday Mirror reported.None were encrypted or password protected.The newspaper said it contained details of the security measures in place to protect the Queen and the types of identification needed by those, including undercover police officers, wanting to access restricted areas.The files revealed routes and other safety measures for cabinet ministers and foreign dignitaries, as well as timetables of patrols used to guard against suicide bombers and terror attacks.Maps of the exact locations of CCTV cameras, tunnels and escape sh...
Queen's Speech: Petrol stations must 'go electric'

Queen's Speech: Petrol stations must 'go electric'

Technology
Petrol stations and motorway services will be required to install electric charge points, under plans outlined in the Queen's Speech.The measure forms part of a government push to increase the number of electric vehicles on UK roads.The Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill also contains plans to push driverless car technology.It includes an extension of car insurance to cover the use of automated vehicles.There are several trials of driverless cars ongoing in the UK.Car insurance will be extended to automated vehicles "to ensure that compensation claims continue to be paid quickly, fairly and easily", the bill says.Lawyers have long argued that getting the legal framework right is essential if automated cars are to become popular.Peter Allchorne, a partner at law firm DAC Beachcroft, said ...