the Queen to-day policy is expressed - is actually unthinkable for the British head of state. In the case of a subject of the Queen can't be silent then, don't take the word Brexit, but in the mouth.
in Front of next week's Brexit is set to vote in the British Parliament, Queen Elizabeth II urges to resolve all disputes amicably.
like The British Queen Elizabeth II, that peace prevails in their country.
On "the search for new answers in the modern era" prefer "tried and tested recipes," she said in a speech in Norfolk. It is "good to talk to each other, to respect different points of view, commonalities "and to never lose the bigger picture from the eye". These approaches are "timeless and I will recommend you to all".Ends the Brexit-feud
the 92-Year-old the word Brexit in the mouth. British media interpreted their speech, nevertheless, as a clear message to policy-makers. The "Times" headlines: "Queen of the war, leading politicians: Stop the Brexit-feud."
in her Christmas speech the Queen had called for more respect in spite of great differences. The commentators scored as a nod to the Brexit-quarrels.
Philip Hammond, the Statements of the Queen: "In these words of great wisdom".
For the call to Queen Elizabeth II to the settlement of the disputes, the British Finance Minister Philip Hammond expressed understanding.
The BBC said Hammond: "I think anyone will be surprised to hear that the Queen takes the view that we should look into all the controversial things, a compromise. We should seek a common Basis, we should seek a way forward. "The Queen and the policy
the Queen expresses to the daily politics, is the absolute exception. Since 1688 England is a constitutional monarchy - that is, the rights of the monarch are limited by the Constitution. The political Power of the democratically elected Parliament.
Nevertheless, the influence of Queen Elizabeth's is not to be underestimated. You will be informed by the Cabinet on a regular basis about the political events of the day. This is not a mandatory event, but a genuine interest.