Tuesday, 4 June 2013

Will Saxe-Coburg Queen Break Coronation Oath?

If Elizabeth Saxe-Coburg breaks her coronation oath (as some may suggest she did when abortion and homosexuality were legalised) is she still queen?

Furthermore, how can she, as head of the CofE, pass a law that her own Church opposes? 

Apart from the law meaning centuries of law re the consummation of marriage being torn-up, it raises many constitutional problems for the CofE and the Protestant queen. 


  1. You seem to forget that the Church of England was created solely to do the monarch's bidding. Since 1688 the monarch has been merely the tool of the political elite. There are "dark forces" involved here- as HM herself allegedly pointed out to a former servant!