Details of Buckingham’s secret plan to manage and spread the news of Queen Elizabeth’s death are revealed by Politico. The plan, codenamed “Operation London Bridge”, has been shrouded in secrecy for many years, but we now know some things.
For example, we know that the Prime Minister will be informed of the death of Queen Elizabeth by telephone by an official and will tell him that “the London Bridge has fallen”, while the death of Queen Elizabeth will be announced in an emergency bulletin by the Press Association.
But now all the details about the fatal event are coming to light – according to Politico, although Queen Elizabeth, who is now 95 years old, is in very good health and there is no indication that these plans could come into force immediately. However, the plan that has been drawn up shows the extraordinary level of action required by all parts of the British state, including a huge security operation to manage the unprecedented crowd and chaos that may be caused.
According to the plans, the day of Her Majesty’s death will be named “D-Day” with each day thereafter leading to her funeral known as “D + 1”, “D + 2” etc. The public will find out for the first time when an “official announcement” is made public by the royal house, according to “Operation London Bridge”. On the same day, the new King Charles will meet with the Prime Minister, and then address the nation at 6 p.m.
The queen will be buried 10 days after her death. According to Operation London Bridge, the day of the Queen’s funeral will be “National Mourning Day”, making it essentially a public holiday, but it will not be established as such. According to the plan, the prime minister and his cabinet will meet the queen’s coffin at St. John’s Station. Pancras.
News presenters will wear black suits and clothes, while the TV stream will be canceled for the news of the death. Commercial radio stations are also scheduled to have blue lights that will flash at the news of the death, warning DJs to play “non-offensive music” before making headlines, when the Queen’s death will be announced to millions of listeners. heard in their cars and on trains across the country.
Also, according to Downing Street documents – according to Politico – the plan includes a ban on “retweets” by social media of government agencies. The social media pages of all sections will change their profile picture with a black banner.
In a popular pilgrimage for 3 days with VIP tickets
Queen Elizabeth will be on a public pilgrimage to Westminster Palace for three days (days 6 to 9) at a company codenamed Feather. Her coffin will be placed on an elevated box known as a catafalque in downtown Westminster Hall, which will be open to the public 23 hours a day. VIP tickets will be issued so they can arrange their schedule.
The day of the funeral and burial
Day D + 10. Queen Elizabeth’s funeral will be held at Westminster Abbey and there will be a two-minute silence throughout the country at noon. The processions will take place in London and Windsor Castle. A ceremony will follow at St George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle and he will be buried in the royal crypt at St George’s Chapel.
With Daily Mail information