Queen Elizabeth II, official portrait.

The Pavlovic Today has learned from our sources in Westminster that the UK Parliament may pass an emergency legislation for energy price freeze “because the Queen Elizabeth is dying,” and the Parliament “may close” for some time.

Sources in the House of Commons say that the Queen’s passing looks “almost inevitable later today or tomorrow morning.”

Because Parliament will shut for “at least two weeks,” the energy price freeze has to be passed according to the concerned parliamentarians The Pavlovic Today spoke to.  

Apparently, “If it’s announced today that the Queen has passed , MPs and all staff have one hour to leave Parliament and we will be closed for two weeks,” source in Westminster told The Pavlovic Today.

The deceased Monarch usually lies in state in Westminster Hall so that the public can pay their respect.

Since the MPs can’t be arguing in the chamber while this is happening, the UK Parliament will not sit until two days after the funeral.


“Following further evaluation this morning, the Queen’s doctors are concerned for Her Majesty’s health and have recommended she remain under medical supervision,” Buckingham Palace said.

“The whole country will be deeply concerned by the news from Buckingham Palace this lunchtime,” PM Liz Truss who was appointed by the Queen Elizabeth II at Balmoral on Tuesday, said in response to the gloomy news. Yesterday, the Queen Elizabeth II pulled out of a virtual meeting of the Privy Council. 

Former Health Secretary, MP Matt Hancock tweeted that he is “saddened” by the news from Buckingham Palace.

“Her Majesty The Queen, is a rock of stability for our nation, and indeed the world. My thoughts are with her and her family at this time,” said Hancock.

The Pavlovic Today understands that the Queen’s family members are now with her at Balmoral Castle. Duke of York, Prince Andrew will also go to Scotland to be with the Queen. Harry and Meghan are also traveling to Balmoral to be by the Queen’s side.


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