BBC journalist faces disciplinary action after killing off the Queen on Twitter – Telegraph

BBC journalist Ahmen Khawaja blames ‘silly prank’ for tweet about Queen being dead

Source: BBC journalist faces disciplinary action after killing off the Queen on Twitter – Telegraph

The Queen isn’t dead – she’s just thirsty for a good cup of tea!

So why not come along to our High Tea on the Queen’s Birthday this Monday and have a cuppa to celebrate! All proceeds are going to Barnardos Children’s charity – find out more below:

High Tea for Barnardos Australia (Queen’s Birthday Long Weekend)

Barnardos Australia helps to stop child abuse. They find safe homes for abused children and young people, work with families to prevent abuse and use their knowledge to improve the future of disadvantaged Australian children.

To11151010_1600201640219288_6777661398256554470_n help support their important work, the Rotaract Clubs of District 9675 are holding High Tea, andeveryone is invited. Come join us in finishing the long weekend in style and celebrating the Birthday of Queen Elizabeth.

Attendees can look forward to tea, cakes, coffee and conversation with beautiful water views and great company at the period-appropriate Balmain Rowing Club. All funds raised will be going towards the support of Barnardos Australia, to help disadvantaged children in rural communities, which has been an ongoing project of the Rotaract Team this year. Clothes fitting of a Monarch (or at least smart casual) are encouraged.

Discounts are available for Rotaractors and Rotarians. Get your tickets here, or for more information, please emailinfo@sydneycityrotaract.org.au

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