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The Queen has the power to veto any bill passed through Parliament.

 

The Queen has the power to veto any bill passed through Parliament.



Parliamentary bills follow a strict path through the upper and lower houses, which conclude with royal assent.

This means that the Queen must approve a bill before it becomes law.

If she disapproves? It’s simple; it doesn’t become law!

Whilst Queen Elizabeth II can veto any bill that comes her way, an occasion has never arrived where she has needed to invoke her power.

In fact, the last time such power was used was in 1708 when Queen Anne withheld her support for a bill to restore the Scottish militia.

Britain's royal family Makes their way across the globe for all sorts of reasons, and when they shoot off to a foreign location, they make sure they do it in style. While some members of the

 family still fly commercial when possible, Queen Elizabeth the King Charles have not been flying Delta for a long time. They prefer the comforts of their own jet, and after these images, we can see why!

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