Milton Keynes MP writes letter of condolence to His Majesty The King

    The MP for Milton Keynes North has written a letter to His Majesty The King following the passing of The Queen.

    MP for Milton Keynes North, Ben Everitt, has written a letter of condolence to His Majesty The King following the tragic passing of The Queen.

    Ben Everitt MP wrote: 'Your Majesty, With my humble duty, it is with the greatest sadness that I write following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

    'I first send my most sincere condolences and those of the people of Milton Keynes to Your Majesty and the Royal Family. The entire nation, Commonwealth and world has already come together in sharing grief and sadness at this great loss, but I know the Queen's loss will be felt most by Your Majesty, her children, her grandchildren, and her great grandchildren.

    'The people of Milton Keynes have had the pleasure of numerous visits from the late Queen over her 70 years on the throne including opening the shopping centre and football stadium.

    'It was most fitting that the Queen's most recent visit in 2011 was to Bletchley Park, home of the Second World War Codebreakers, as Her Majesty's reign symbolised the recovery of Great Britain from the war through to the present day.

    'Our nation will cherish the wonderful memories we have shared with the Queen, our longest serving monarch, and as we enter a new Carolean Era, our country will remain united and in support of Your Majesty during this extremely difficult time.

    'I have the honour to be, Sir, Your Majesty's humble and obedient servant. God Save The King.'

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