Monthly Archives: October 2017

Propping up the dignified elements of the constitution: the peculiarities of the Court Circular

Tucked away at the back of The Times newspaper, somewhere between the obituaries and the weather, is the Court Circular. The Court Circular is a record of the previous day’s royal engagements. It is a peculiar report consisting of a … Continue reading

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Public opinion and the future of the monarchy

It was announced this week that the Queen would not be laying a wreath at the Cenotaph at this year’s remembrance service, but would watch the ceremony alongside her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, from a balcony at the Foreign … Continue reading

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