Originally Posted by Grizz
No it can't, she's a constitutional monarch, she has no Parliamentary/decision making power. If you wanted to get it down to the bare bones the Monarch is a largely ceremonial role, though she does open and close parliament at the Prime Ministers request. She meets with the Prime Minister once a week to discuss the latest policies and happenings and whilst no one really knows what happens in those sessions, I would think that she does offer advise, but doesn't cross the boundary to offer personal opinion.
Thanks for clearing that up ,much appreciated. Al
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