The Telegraph: Cabinet must release guidance on Prince of Wales’ intervention, say legal experts

October 1, 2012

According to The Telegraph:

Adam Tompkins, professor of public law at Glasgow University, condemned the Cabinet Office’s “absolutely extraordinary” legal challenge to an order that it must release details of rules governing when the Prince is asked to give consent to legislation that might affect the Duchy of Cornwall.

The debate over the issue of Royal involvement in law-making followed the BBC’s apology yesterday after one of its senior correspondents disclosed in a live broadcast that the Queen had expressed frustration at Abu Hamza, the radical cleric, being allowed to remain at large in Britain.

To read the entire article in The Telegraph, please click here.


Also of interest:

London Evening Standard: Anti-royalists plot to abolish Prince Charles’ Duchy of Cornwall

The Associated Press: Appeals End for Britain’s Most Famous Extremist

Government fights release of royal veto guidelines

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