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Round-the-clock vigil to give thousands a chance to bid Queen Elizabeth farewell

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Round-the-clock vigil to give thousands a chance to bid Queen Elizabeth farewell

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Welsh politicians have spoken of the "remarkable life" of Queen Elizabeth II in a special session of the Senedd.

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Leading tributes, First Minister Mark Drakeford praised her "personal commitment to Wales and its democratic institutions".

Senedd members from all parties spoke about their own personal encounters with and memories of the monarch.

The event in the Welsh Parliament follows a proclamation ceremony in Cardiff.

Proceedings opened with a minute's silence, with most of the chamber's 60 Senedd members in attendance.

They passed a motion of condolence, expressing the Senedd's "deep sadness at the death of Her Majesty The Queen".

It will be presented to King Charles III on Friday when he visits the Cardiff Bay legislature.

Mr Drakeford said the Queen had lived a "remarkable life" with an "overriding sense of duty."

He described the Queen's "personal commitment to Wales and its democratic institutions", saying that she had made a "personal decision" in 1999 to open the first term of the new Welsh Assembly, "ignoring the advice provided to her".

The Welsh Labour leader said the image of the Queen sitting alone at the funeral of the Duke of Edinburgh "in dignified and determined observation" of Covid regulations was one of the "defining images of her reign".

He gave his "sincerest sympathies to the new King and his family."

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