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Queen’s Consent, Again

David Pegg and Rob Evans of The Guardian have released another tranche of documents relating to Queen’s Consent. This time, the documents are more interesting than the ones they released yesterday, but Pegg and Evans’ reporting is still flawed. The … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts On The Guardian’s Latest ‘Royal Exposé’

The Queen’s Consent is once again in the news. This time it’s because David Pegg and Rob Evans, two reporters with The Guardian, have unearthed documents from 1973 that reveal discussions between Matthew Farrer, the Queen’s private solicitor, and the … Continue reading

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Is It Worth Preserving the Queen’s Consent?

A while back, the House of Commons Political and Constitutional Reform Committee conducted an inquiry into the effect of Queen’s and Prince’s Consent on the legislative process. Its report displayed a marked ambivalence toward the practice of seeking Royal Consent, and it … Continue reading

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