Jack_McHammocklashing said:finknottle said:Roberts says, The news that Gordon Brown has opened talks with Buckingham Palace over altering the 1701 Act of Settlement, which bars members of the Royal family from succeeding to the throne if they marry Roman Catholics, has profound implications for the long-term future of this country'.
He fails to explain in his opinion just what these implications might be? He then goes on to say it is not bigoted, well it is in my opinion when all it did was secure the future of the Germans Protestants on the throne.
Anyway you can expect nothing else from an article in the Torygraph and no doubt written by a right wing monarchist.
The implications are HRH Tony Bliar, and his missus Cherrie would be unable to take the throne, unless the rules are changed
Why be a president of the EU when you could be KING AND QUEEN of the UK
Sorry but I have no idea what you are talking about?
If we were to get rid of that lot the new head of state would be elected by the people, much more in line with democracy don't you think?
Kevin Rudd is busy at the moment but he will get round to holding a referendum on getting rid of Windsor as the Australian head of state and this time I think she will be out on her cranium fins and we should be doing the same I mean get rid of the anachronism that they are once and for all.