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Press Releases

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"From big to little England, our gracious Queen you come," sang the choir of children who welcomed Elizabeth II to Barbados in February 1966.

🔴Before the year was out, the English-speaking island would achieve independence from Britain

With Barbados’s shift to republic status, 14 Commonwealth realms remain, from Australia and Canada to tiny island states like Tuvalu.

In 1954, the Queen described the relationships as "an allegiance of mutual love and respect, and never of compulsion"

🗣️"The question is not so much 'why is Barbados breaking the link now' but why so few Caribbean countries have done so over the last decades," explains Philip Murphy, director of the Institute of Commonwealth Studies at the University of London

In #perimenopause and #menopause should we move back and forth like a buoy in the sea or should we hop upon our paddle board and decide which waves to ride. There are things in our control and there are things that aren’t.

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