No doubt King Charles will stick to his promise to observe the protocols of office. But I’m banking on a private mentoring of Prime Ministers on sustainable development.
The Business Secretary stood outside a pub and proclaimed his support for vitality, prosperity and commerce.
He has been “consistent on this issue, beginning in his teenage years”, says US climate envoy.
My generation wants to see a monarch who speaks out on the issues that matter to him. To misquote The Leopard, for the monarchy to survive, it is going to have to change.
There is both a legal and moral case to do so. Free speech has never been untrammelled in this country.
He is entirely devoted to the country. He’s the country’s over-worked parish priest; he seems to exist to keep the country ticking over.
King Charles III tells those assembled in Westminster Hall that “Parliament is the living and breathing instrument of our democracy”.
Macron was right to say that while Queen Elizabeth was our Queen, to the world she was The Queen. That this became so wasn’t inevitable. How and why did it happen?
“[He wants] to understand people’s interests, people’s circumstances, different communities around the country,” she says.
Former PM says he would have ‘practice’ audiences with Prince Charles while Queen Elizabeth II was on the throne.
Just as we find we were even more attached to Queen Elizabeth than we realised, so we find ourselves even more loyal to her successor than we expected.