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February 22, 2006



'The influence of the Crown has increased, is increasing, and ought to be diminished.'

No, really. Amusing as it is to watch this prat making an arse of himself on issues which should be none of his business, it is seriously inappropriate that senior royals should start taking public political stands (at least until we get a written constitution which stipulates that they are irrelevant). Remember Edward VIII.

Of course this goes double at a time when the executive branch is bidding for absolute power in the name of the "royal prerogative".


Fair enough, but in Charles' case he's really just giving us the rope...


And we badly need a laugh or two.

More seriously, we know he is susceptible to conspiracy stories (see grey goo). Can we turn him onto ID cards?

Chris Williams

Don't be tempted to use them, Alex: it's even worse in the long run than the databank state will be. We cut his ancestor's head off for a reason.

yours, in the Good Old Cause,


Chris, you know I'm a Yorkshire Ranter. No bishop, no king!

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