The Queen delivered a sombre Christmas address yesterday, remembering those who lost loved ones in last year's deadly Asian tsunami and those whose security was shaken after suicide bombers struck London on July 7. The annual message, pre-recorded in Buckingham Palace Chapel this year, is one of the few occasions in the year when the Queen speaks publicly about her views. It is broadcast around the country and the Commonwealth of Britain's former colonies
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