Victorian: Queen Victoria #postbox in Windsor, England. The first pillar postboxes were erected in Jersey, in 1852. In1856, Richard Redgrave of the Department of Science & Art designed an ornate pillar postbox for use in London and other cities. Green was adopted as the standard color for the early Victorian postboxes.The first boxes to be painted red were in London, in July 1874.
British Passport - in the UK, British passports are issued by the HM passport office. In conjunction with the post office, it is possible to submit most applications at a number of branches. Since all passports are issued in the name of the queen, the queen herself IS exempt from having passport to travel.
British passports - you may have heard about the delays with British Passports - the Government has said people renewing UK passports from overseas would be given a 12-month extension to their existing passports (how?) Those applying for passports overseas on behalf of their children will be given emergency travel documents (how?)