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Prince Philip’s passing could be another step towards a republic – Sydney Morning Herald

His death, aged 99, reminds us that for all of the Queen’s longevity her time as head of the family and the Commonwealth is coming to an end.



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Occasionally a prominent persons life traverses an epoch so long that few can remember a time before they existed. Prince Philip, the now-deceased Duke of Edinburgh and consort to the longest-serving British monarch, is one such man. He led a remarkable and long life (falling short of his 100th birthday by just 62 days), with much of it the focus of intense public interest.
While in recent years he had stepped back from royal duties, his death has touched off numerous recollections of his long association…

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