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No Queen for the Green: The Green Party of Canada votes to dispense with monarchy.
"Sir Edward Kennedy": The Queen has awarded the senator an honorary Knighthood.
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Justice Kirby: His support for monarchy almost lost him appointment to High Court
Royal Military Academy: Sandhurst abolishes the Apostles' Creed.
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Cherie Blair: Not a vain, self regarding, shallow thinking viper after all.
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The Royal Jelly: A new king has been coronated, and his subjects are in a merry mood
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Godless Buses: Royal Navy veteran, Ron Heather, refuses to drive his bus
Labour's Class War: To expunge those with the slightest pretensions to gentility
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Thursday, 9 October 2008

The Lieutenant Governor of Quebec

The Lieutenant Governor of Quebec, The Hon. Pierre Duchesne, is received by The Queen at Buckingham Palace, 9 October 2008. His Excellency was accompanied at the audience by Madame Ginette Lamoureux.

Insight%20oct08%20gallery%20quebec%20largeThe Queen hands the Letters of Credence of the Lebanese Ambassador, right, to Sir Peter Ricketts, Permanent Under-Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, during an audience at Buckingham Palace, 9 October 2008.

Insight%20oct08%20gallery%20lebanon%20largeSir Peter is responsible for the management of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office in London and British Embassies and High Commissions in 144 countries around the world.


J. Sandford Fleming MacLean said...

Unless "things" have changed, the Lieutenant Governor of a province is styled "His Honour."

Kind regards,
J. Sandford Fleming MacLean

Viscount Feldon said...

The palace, in my experience, tends not to use "His/Her Excellency" or "His/Her Honour" in describing people. I've no idea why that is, though.