Since then, major broadcasters have announced changes to their schedules while events including BBC Proms and the National Television Awards have been rescheduled or cancelled. It wasn’t just BBC Proms and football matches that really riled Morgan up. In fact, it was the news that the Met Office will now ‘only be posting daily forecasts and warnings’ as ‘a mark of respect’.
Earlier today, the forecaster tweeted: ‘We are saddened by the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Our thoughts are with her family and all those affected by this news. We are saddened by the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Our thoughts are with her family and all those affected by this news. As a mark of respect during this time of national mourning we will only be posting daily forecasts and warnings. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has died after 70 years on the throne, with her death announced by Buckingham Palace on September 8, 2022.
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It is right at this sad time to pause other non-operational content that isn’t a forecast or warning, to ensure the public can focus on any potential impactful weather during this period. Apologies for any confusion. ‘As a mark of respect during this time of national mourning we will only be posting daily forecasts and warnings.
‘To honour her extraordinary life and contribution to the nation, and as a mark of respect, this weekend’s Premier League match round will be postponed, including Monday evening’s game. ’ A statement from the EFL read: ‘Further to discussions on Friday morning it has been determined that all EFL fixtures from 9-10 September will be postponed as a mark of respect by the National Sport to the passing of HRH Queen Elizabeth II. ‘This is aligned with the approach that the Premier League and the FA will take with their competitions this weekend.
‘Further information, in respect of how football, clubs and their supporters will commemorate Her Majesty’s reign will be confirmed at an appropriate point. Details regarding rearranged games will be announced in due course. ’ Highlighting that cricket, golf and horse-racing are still going ahead this weekend, Morgan said: ‘I don’t really understand why the football isn’t going ahead,’ pointing out the moment during a West Ham match yesterday where fans joined together to sing the national anthem.
I struggle to even imagine a Britain without her,’ he added. Morgan also hailed the monarch as the ‘greatest there’s ever been’ and the ‘very essence of being British. ’ He continued: ‘She’s always been there, she had an aura of invincibility that sadly today has been shattered and now we have to learn as a country to live without her.
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Whatever it was, she was there. ’ Morgan concluded his message saying when Queen Elizabeth II died ‘a little piece of Britain died with her. ’ MORE : King Charles’s sweet tribute to Camilla: ‘I count on the loving help of my darling wife’ MORE : Chrissy Teigen slammed for mocking husband John Legend being ‘bumped from TV’ due to Queen’s death.