UK King Charles will not go to Cop27 on climate

UK, King Charles will not go to Cop27 on climate issue on the advice of Truss

“In mutual respect and friendship, it has been agreed that the King will not attend,” the note said. The sovereign appears to greatly regret the decision not to appear, given his personal interest in environmental issues

King Charles III of England will not take part in the next international climate conference Cop27, scheduled for next month in Egypt: this is confirmed by Buckingham Palace, reported British media, who announced that the decision was the result of advice to him by Prime Minister Liz Truss handed over, to which the sovereign would have turned for an opinion. “In mutual respect and friendship, it has been agreed that the King will not attend,” the note said.

The king’s displeasure


GB, first official photograph of the royal family

BBC Royal Palace correspondent Jonny Dymond said the sovereign regretted the decision not to appear given his decision made out of an opportunity, consistent with the King’s role as a “super partes”, very passionate collaborator and Environmentalist who led him to attend various global climate conferences as Prince of Wales for several decades in the past. At last year’s Cop26 in Glasgow, Charles gave an impassioned introductory speech as the prince. And even Queen Elizabeth spoke.

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British Prime Minister Liz Truss later admitted in an interview with the BBC that her cabinet mishandled the announcement of her new tax cut programme, sparking one of the toughest weeks for UK markets in recent months. “I recognize that we should have laid the foundation for our plan better. We have learned from those mistakes and I think there is still time to correct course,” said Truss. However, the prime minister stood firm on his proposals. “I think we made the right decision to deal with the exceptional circumstances we are facing.” “We have a clear plan being developed to respond to both the energy crisis and inflation, but also aim to resume economic growth and lay a long-term foundation,” Liz Truss added in the interview. The BBC reminds that the opposition, as well as many Tory MPs and the majority of British public opinion, are opposed to tax cuts for the rich under the plan unveiled 10 days ago by Chancellor of the Exchequer Kwasi Kwarteng which caused a tremor in the markets .


One of the most intense historical moments for the Crowned Heads of Europe, who met in London Heads of State from all over the world, ends with the State Funeral of Elizabeth II. After the solemn celebrations, everyone returned to their duties with a view to the renewed and changing United kingdom

On September 19, the world stopped to accompany Elizabeth II on her final journey. The state funeral, austere and imposing, brought the new sovereign, Charles III, under the eyes of all who, after intense days in the kingdom, produced moments of emotion

Among the most watched is Catherine Middleton, the new Princess of Wales, who was vigilant during the funeral service, along with her two eldest children, George and Charlotte, who softened the world with their serenity

The presence of the world’s most prominent women was also the subject of debate by fashion commentators, who assessed the appearance of the funeral attendees and judged it more or less appropriate to the formality of the event. Not a few notes for Meghan Markle who, with her hooded sleeve Stella McCartney dress, left part of her arms uncovered, visible despite the long gloves, an option strongly discouraged on these occasions