Ending Patriarchy In The Monarchy British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has acknowledged there have been discussions with Buckingham Palace about changing the law of succession to give royal women equal inheritance rights — and to allow an heir to the throne to marry a Catholic. But an attempt to do just that has stalled in Britain's parliament.
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Ending Patriarchy In The Monarchy

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Ending Patriarchy In The Monarchy

Ending Patriarchy In The Monarchy

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British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has acknowledged there have been discussions with Buckingham Palace about changing the law of succession to give royal women equal inheritance rights — and to allow an heir to the throne to marry a Catholic. But an attempt to do just that has stalled in Britain's parliament.