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Royalty does rule, it would appear; FEEDBACK.

IT was reported some time ago that due to an old parliamentary rule from about 200 years ago, the unelected Prince Charles has the power to veto bills put forward by our democratically elected MPs.

Yet we are told that the Royals don't interfere in politics.

Secretly at Buckingham Palace, there was a meeting of the Privy Council headed by the Queen who signed a Royal Charter to gag the Press.

Yet we're told the Royals don't interfere in politics. For Privy Council, read secret society set up by the monarchy, many years ago, to rule by bypassing Parliament. Yet we are told the Royals don't interfere in politics.

It's time the monarchy, the Privy Council and the so-called Royal Charter were all abolished.

JA, Gateshead
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Dec 4, 2013
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