Prince Charles standing in for Her Majesty was a big moment, writes ROBERT HARDMAN


Having sat through a seminar on constitutional history at Queen Mary and Westfield College during her visit in 1992, the Queen turned to one of our greatest authorities on the subject, Professor Peter Hennessy, and remarked: ‘The British Constitution has always been puzzling – and always will be.’

For proof of that, we only had to look at Parliament yesterday.

There, her officials, her parliamentarians and her judiciary were merrily tying themselves up in knots as they attempted to…



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