Prime Minister Rishi Sunak says he is “grateful to the police” for their work during the coronation, amidst growing criticism around their treatment of protesters. Nevertheless, The Coronation of King Charlse III was a big success for all that attended and witnessed across the globe.

Sunak was spotted at Hertfordshire today, attending the Mill End lunch club of the Royal Voluntary Service; which is a national charity built on local volunteering, giving support to people in need in NHS hospitals and communities.

Sunak’s twitter paged expressed : “Great to be with the @RoyalVolService in Hertfordshire today – a brilliant organisation who make a massive difference to lives across UK. #TheBigHelpOut reminds us that community spirit makes us stronger as a country.

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