All Comedy Will Be Canceled: How the BBC Prepares for the Eventual Death of the Queen

She may die but will never relinquish the Crown. Look for Queenie to advance a rule to allow the
Crown to automatically transfer to her corpse. Of course this would have to the official announcement of her Passing. The second part of this rule would have the Crown bequeathed to
Chucky after he passes.

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No one lives forever, not even monarchs. In a recent piece for Business Insider UK, Rob Price explored the slightly morbid topic but deeply fascinating topic of what will happen in Britain when 88-year-old Queen Elizabeth II’s reign comes to an end. The Queen has been on the throne for over six decades, during which time 12 different Prime Ministers have served Britain (as well as 12 US Presidents). Price posits that her eventual death will be the most disruptive event in Britain in the last 70 years, affecting all aspects of British life. In the excerpt below, he discusses how this will play out on the BBC:

Assuming the Queen’s passing was expected, the news will spread at first via the main TV channels. All BBC channels will stop their programming and show the BBC1 feed for the announcement. The other independent channels won’t be obligated to interrupt their regular…

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