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Nearly all of the newspapers lead on the Queen's coffin being brought back to Buckingham Palace for the last time on Tuesday evening.
Almost all of the front pages feature images of the hearse carrying Queen Elizabeth's coffin to Buckingham Palace. On its wraparound, the Times has the headline "Home to Rest" alongside the words of the Princess Royal: "I was fortunate to share the last 24 hours of my dearest mother's life. It has been an honour and a privilege to accompany her on her final journeys".
The Daily Express headline is "Home… For One Last Time", while "Home to her family" is the Daily Mail's take, and the Sun says "Welcome Home Ma'am".
There's extensive coverage of the journey from Edinburgh to London. The Guardian says the RAF plane with the coffin on board "taxied slowly as if carrying fine China". The Times describes the journey from RAF Northolt as "extraordinary" – with motorists leaping from cars to clap and lorry drivers almost jack-knifing as they pulled over to show respect.
As the hearse approached Buckingham Palace, the Daily Telegraph says the cortege was greeted by "cheers, applause and the glow of countless camera phones". The Daily Mirror sums up the scene as being "led home by the lights of love".
Under the headline, "We'll walk with Gran", Metro leads on the news that the Prince of Wales and his brother, the Duke of Sussex, will follow on foot as the coffin is moved from Buckingham Palace to Westminster this afternoon. The paper says the walk will be a reminder for William and Harry of what happened at their own mother's funeral 25 years ago.
The Guardian reports that dozens of Clarence House staff have been given redundancy notices as the offices of King Charles III and the Queen Consort move to Buckingham Palace. Private secretaries, the finance office and household staff learned of the news during a thanksgiving service for Queen Elizabeth II in Edinburgh on Monday, the paper says.
One source is quoted as saying the announcement left employees "absolutely livid" and "visibly shaken". Clarence House said it was working urgently to identify alternative roles for the greatest number of staff.
"Businesses face delays to access £150bn energy support package", is the stark warning in The Financial Times. Executives have been told in recent meetings with the government that the scheme may not be ready until November. The paper says the delay is due to there being no comparable system to the domestic price cap.
And finally, the Daily Mirror reports on the return of the Platinum Jubilee knitted postbox toppers, in honour of the late Queen. A crown in Newark has been updated to include a black mourning ribbon, while a version of the Queen with her handbag in Aberdeenshire now features a message that reads, "thank you, your Majesty". The paper suggests Queen Elizabeth would have definitely been impressed by the gestures because she always loved a good yarn.
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