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Harry and his missus
#21
You’d have to have some sort of constitutional law to prevent a candidate running under a party banner. Obviously you can’t change what they’ve done beforehand, or even parties getting their members to vote for xxx.

But you can stop them saying “Vote for xxx, the Labour candidate” and so on. Get voters to focus on real issues, or whether they think that person has real leadership qualities.

I’m trying to think of something similar to Ireland, but they do allow candidates to campaign as party candidates. They just have successfully managed to detach themselves from that once they’ve been elected.
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#22
In this country we have the First Amendment.  It's not going away (unless we get Donald Trump back in 2024 Sad ).
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#23
(25-05-2021, 10:17 PM)Parsifal Wrote: Please correct me if I've got this wrong, but it's my impression that the British monarchy is on unstable ground and any wrong moves could cause it to topple.

Not any more - they're very much part of the Brexit Britain narrative nowadays. Back when they offed Diana they were wobbling, but they're on pretty safe ground now.
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#24
And that’s why Mr Fayed never got his British passport. LOL
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#25
(26-05-2021, 12:01 AM)Ollie2UK Wrote:
(25-05-2021, 10:17 PM)Parsifal Wrote: Please correct me if I've got this wrong, but it's my impression that the British monarchy is on unstable ground and any wrong moves could cause it to topple.

Not any more - they're very much part of the Brexit Britain narrative nowadays. Back when they offed Diana they were wobbling, but they're on pretty safe ground now.

Do you think? Once the matriarch pops her clogs, I could see that changing. As others says, many countries are already distancing. Her adulterous son and his mistress aren't held in as half as string regard. I can't decide whether Harry is intent on abolishing the monarchy so it can't cause any harm, or if he's just making cash grabs and that's what pays. Either way, he seems to be continuing his vendetta as another special has been announced.
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#26
I think they're pretty safe, yeah.

Opinion polls suggest younger people (18-24) favour an elected head of state, but then they also want a Labour government and that ain't gonna happen either,

So we're stuck with the Royals (& the fucking Tories),  Sad
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#27
Well, there was Tony Blair. Wink FWIW, I don’t think Gordon Brown would’ve won on his own.
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