The Great Debate UK

from Nicholas Wapshott:

The birth of a new prince

By Nicholas Wapshott
July 22, 2013

Now, after a torrid summer marred by natural tragedies, needless death, and devastating destruction, comes undiluted happy news. Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, has given birth to a prince. So, the first child of a commoner to be welcomed into the British royal family in modern times (Wallis Simpson tried to gatecrash in 1936 and was promptly asked to leave) has delivered an heir to extend the Windsors’ influence into the next generation.

from John Lloyd:

In Britain, a summer of quiet revolution

By John Lloyd
July 16, 2013

The British Isles are sentries in a turning world. The monarchy, pageantry, the mediaeval House of Lords, titles, accents, the established Church of England with the Queen at its head -- they all give the adroit illusion of continuity and the primacy of tradition over change.

Why is The Duchess of Cambridge shutting the stable door now?

By Guest Contributor
September 18, 2012

–By Oliver Smith, Media Lawyer at Keystone Law. The opinions expressed are his own.–