Global National: Sept. 14, 2022 | Royal fans line up at Westminster Hall for farewell to the Queen

Queen Elizabeth II left Buckingham Palace for the last time, as a grand royal procession escorted her funeral cortège to Westminster Hall, where she will lie in state leading up to her state funeral. Crystal Goomansingh reports on the solemn ceremonies, and the droves of people lining up to say goodbye to Her Majesty. New court documents and accounts from family members are painting a clearer picture of Myles and Damien Sanderson, the two deceased men accused of the deadly stabbing spree in Saskatchewan. Heather Yourex-West reports on the brothers' criminal history, the questions that may never be answered and what families are calling for. As Ukraine's rapid counteroffensive boosts morale and renewing international confidence, Russian President Vladimir Putin is standing by his invasion. Eric Sorensen explains how Putin may now be trying to seek China's help, and that has Ukrainians worried. As he inherits his late mother's duties, King Charles III will now have to step away from his decades of activism work, including his climate-focused campaigns. Jeff Semple explains how the new monarch built his reputation as a champion of protecting the environment, and why his new role forces him to leave it behind. And with Queen Elizabeth's death and a new era under King Charles, the monarchy faces questions about its future. Global National's Dawna Friesen speaks with author and Royal biographer Robert Hardman about why traditions are so valuable to this family, and where its influence will go from here. For more info, please go to Subscribe to Global News Channel HERE: Like Global News on Facebook HERE: Follow Global News on Twitter HERE: Follow Global News on Instagram HERE: #GlobalNews #GlobalNational


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