Tristam Hunt, a Labour MP for Stoke-on-Trent, has advised William Windsor on how to avoid losing the unjust feudal privilege of becoming hereditary head of state. In an article in The Institute of Public Policy Research tank's quarterly journal he advises the second in line for Britain's highest public office that the needs to think creatively if he is to prevent a democratic head of state taking his place.
The article says that Mr. Windsor should support changes that would allow female members of the Windsor clan to have an equal share in its feudal privileges. The so called “prince” should also widen his clique of courtiers by appointing interns. If the clan is to keep the millions of pounds that it takes annually from the British people they should be less extravagent, the legislator advises.Posted by Centre for Citizenship at March 8, 2011 06:22 PM