Britons (and the rest of us) are about to get a crucial insight into the way the British Crown is consulted on legislation which might affect their private interests. A right no other Briton enjoys. What is being made public (pending a possible appeal) is the process by which consultations are to be made. What I’m interested in is knowing which bills have not recieved consent and what changes were made.
From the Guardian piece:
“People will start thinking, what the hell is going on?” he said. “We are in the 21st century, not the 18th century and it is crazy to think they are even trying to do this. The royal family should give up this special privilege and we should all obey the law of the land. Just because they have private estates, private incomes and land from several centuries ago doesn’t mean they should have the right to interfere.”