How Does a Monarchy Work?


The British monarch has 2 main roles, one being official as head of state and the other unofficial as head of the nation. The monarch also has formal roles in relation to the devolved parliament and assemblies of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. In a monarchy, power is passed to the eldest child of the King or Queen.
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