OpinionThe Queen

Will The Queen cancel her visit with Donald Trump over the #MuslimBan?

An opinion piece by Jamie Samhan looking at whether Donald Trump’s invitation for a State Visit to the UK should be rescinded. Only a day after Donald Trump met with Theresa May and a State Visit by the new President was announced, Donald Trump introduced a Muslim ban to citizens and dual citizens from a variety of countries. Outrage poured out across the world, so should Her Majesty cancel…
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Why Prince Charles must be King

It may shock some people who peruse this site to realise that, despite some misconceptions to the contrary, it is not the nature of the British Monarchy for its kings to be chosen by popular vote. World-shattering, I know, but please, humour me. By law, by tradition, and by…
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Will Meghan Markle change the public's access to the Royal Family?

All bets are on that Prince Harry will tie the knot, or at least pop the question, to his girlfriend, Meghan Markle in 2017. Yet, she is a most unconventional addition to the British Royal Family. Currently, Buckingham Palace, Clarence House and Kensington Palace run Twitter accounts on behalf of the Senior members of the family and only tweet out pictures and information from official events.
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Government in Whose Name? Thoughts on How to Define Monarchy in Today’s Politics

Every Wednesday I take part in a Dungeons and Dragons game with a group of friends of mine. During the course of events, my character – a Minotaur ranger called Connochbar – somehow managed to become King of the Beastfolk. Excited at the prospect of building my own fantasy kingdom, I immediately set to work writing out how the government of said kingdom would function. As Minotaurs in the…
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An open letter: Prince Harry changed the way I see veterans

Dear HRH Prince Harry; I still remember our Remembrance Day ceremonies at the elementary school I went to. They would file class by class into the gymnasium until the 900 strong student population was present. The older kids sat on the bleachers in the back, while the younger kids were seated on the floor. Local veterans were always invited and sat near the front. Unfortunately, they went fairly…
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