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Queen's death details accidentally leaked
An investigation has been launched after sensitive emails containing details of protocols surrounding the Queen's death were accidentally leaked by the Welsh government.
The email contained a letter from a civil servant, which outlined concerns about a news organisation having confidential information about the plans.
The conversation, which was marked as “officially sensitive” was sent to multiple people internally and to a former employee.
The Welsh government says the email did not contain any operational information.
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