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Dozens of new laws sent to Prince so he could give approval

Dozens of new laws sent to Prince so he could give approval

The Prince of Wales was secretly given a say over dozens of new laws, including those to ban hunting and to introduce the Government’s green deal, the Government …

The day in FoIA: Royal veto powers, Blair’s bust, HS2 train’s countryside discount and Oxbridge behaving badly

Royal powers of veto over laws to be made public

Details of secret powers held by senior members of the Royal Family granting veto over Government legislation could me made public after a decision by the Information Commissioner.

The Cabinet …

Prince’s Duchy exposed to public scrutiny under EIR

The Prince’s Duchy of Cornwall is to be considered a public authority, according to a ruling from a tribunal on information rights, it emerged yesterday.

Following the public outcry about Prince Charles’ secret vetoing of House of Commons bills, the …

Prince Charles’ secret bill-vetoing exposed

MPs sought Prince Charles’ consent for at least twelve bills brought before the House of Lords, the Guardian revealed last night.

Due to a constitutional loophole that gives the Prince of Wales the right to veto legislation that might impact …