Queen Elizabeth II sent what was billed as her first official tweet today, opening up the new Information Age exhibition at London's science museum.
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Her Majesty the Queen took to Twitter for the first time today, but not to complain about the amount of ice in her post-brunch frappé. Instead, Liz was announcing the opening of a new permanent ...
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