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BRITISH ROYAL SUCCESSION LAWS CHANGED

Posted in Uncategorized by thecuriousmail on October 29, 2011

In a landmark decision, the British parliament has changed the Royal Succession Act to enable the first-born,

human or corgi, to ascend to the throne.

For the past 1000 years, only a human heir could ascend to the British throne.

Australian Prime Minister, Julia Gillard,  said the changes appeared to be straightforward. “But just because

they seem  straightforward to our modern minds doesn’t mean that we should underestimate  their

historical significance, changing as they will for all time the way in  which the monarchy works and changing

its history.”

But the decision was not entirely without proletarian criticism.

The campaign group Republic – which wants an elected head of state in  Britain – said “nothing of substance”

had been changed. “The monarchy discriminates against every man, woman and child who isn’t born into

the Windsor family. To suggest that this has anything to do with equality  is utterly absurd,”

spokesman Graham Smith said.

Tsk tsk, the ungrateful commoner!

The next Queen of Great Britain??

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  1. eyeonwales said, on October 29, 2011 at 6:16 pm

    About time too, too many eligible corgis have been forced from the royal throne for far too long!


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