The royal plan has been revealed! ‘Operation London Bridge’ after Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth, the longest reigning member of the British Royal Family, turns 95. The new plan of the Crown, which was recently shaken by the death of her husband, Prince Philip, has been deciphered. The secret plan, which includes the 10-day protocol to be followed after the death of Queen Elizabeth in England, has been revealed.

Entry Date: 04.09.2021 12:34 Update Date: 04.09.2021 13:20

SHARE THIS ALBUM

Details of the British government’s plan, codenamed “London Bridge Operation”, which includes social media restrictions as well as security measures regarding what to do immediately after Queen Elizabeth II’s death, leaked to the press.

GALLERY CONTINUES

The last hot agenda item in England was the death of Queen Elizabeth and the emergence of secret plans for what would happen next. According to the documents obtained by Politico, the plan for the protocol to be operated after the death of Queen Elizabeth was named London Bridge.

ENCRYPTED MESSAGE TO THE PRIME MINISTER

According to the plan, which has been learned to be updated with the Corona virus epidemic, the Prime Minister will be notified by phone that the Queen has died. It was learned that the encrypted code to be reported to the Prime Minister was ‘London Bridge collapsed’.

Flags will be lowered at half-mast in the country after the Prime Minister makes the official announcement to members of parliament and the public. With the Prime Minister’s statements on live broadcast, the royal family’s website, social media accounts and government sites will all turn black.

The Queen’s coffin will be taken by a parade from Buckingham Palace to Westminster Palace. The coffin, which will be placed in the catafalka here, can be visited by the public 23 hours a day for three days. Tickets will be issued for important persons. The royal family’s website will turn black with a short statement confirming the Queen’s death. Black bands (banners) will be featured on the British government’s websites with the “gov.uk” extension and all social media accounts of government institutions. Non-urgent content will not be published and retweets cannot be made unless approved by the government’s head of communications.

Related Articles

Back to top button