Queen Elizabeth II attended a meeting of British prime minister David Cameron’s Cabinet today, becoming the first monarch to do so since George III in 1781.
The queen, 86, was greeted by Cameron and introduced to Cabinet ministers from the Conservative and
Liberal Democrat coalition. The visit is part of a year of celebrations to mark her 60 years on the throne. In the Cabinet room, she sat between Cameron and Foreign Secretary William Hague...
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