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Yay or Nay: The Royal Family

Alistair20000

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Regency beckons unless Her Majesty makes a significant recovery.
 

Banksy

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Might look a bit daft with her footmen loaded onto each corner.
Pulled by the corgis.
 

DB9

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Regency beckons unless Her Majesty makes a significant recovery.
Unfortunately due to her age, Recovery to a standard where she'll feel OK walking around and on her feet for a long time is probably not going to happen.
 

Alistair20000

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Unfortunately due to her age, Recovery to a standard where she'll feel OK walking around and on her feet for a long time is probably not going to happen.
Sadly I fear this is probably correct.
 

Suzi & The Banned Cheese

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Regency beckons unless Her Majesty makes a significant recovery.
Could her abdication be planned to coincide with the Jubilee?
 

DB9

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Could her abdication be planned to coincide with the Jubilee?
I geuninely believe abdication will not happen, The more likely scenario will be a Regency for Charles (King in all but name) and HM will just "Take it easy" until the obvious happens but she will still be Queen.
 

Alistair20000

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Could her abdication be planned to coincide with the Jubilee?
As DB points out a Regency is not abdication.
 

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No reason at all for an abdication. Not the way the system works.
 

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The MoS seem to have moved on from "Currygate" Its frontpage saying there has been "Outrage" that "Thousands" of Liverpool fans booed the National Anthem and Prince William, I didn't watch that bit as i was watching the play off game, Just asking was their booing by thousands or is this another thing to get "Angry" about?
 

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The MoS seem to have moved on from "Currygate" Its frontpage saying there has been "Outrage" that "Thousands" of Liverpool fans booed the National Anthem and Prince William, I didn't watch that bit as i was watching the play off game, Just asking was their booing by thousands or is this another thing to get "Angry" about?
The ‘Mickey mousers’ have booed the National anthem for years. Anti-establishment city is Liverpool, always has been.
 
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