Constitutional-Law Legal Transformation of the British Monarchy in the New Era of Elizabeth II (The second article)

The article analyzes the methods of royal influence on the executive power. Attention is concentrated on the weekly audience between monarch and Prime Minister and their value for governance. The author proves, that weekly meeting with the monarch, where the Prime Minister has to report on the work done in a week, and that the government plans to do soon, serve as a constant reminder to the governor that the head of state is the monarch. Audiences satisfy the actual head of the United Kingdom and remind the Prime Minister, he and his Cabinet are temporary, while the monarchy and Britain – ever. Attention is also concentrated on the main factors of criticism of the British monarchy: financial, moral and institutional. In this context, the article examines how the authority of the monarchy was restored. In addition, the article examines a set of constitutional-law reforms of the monarchy, which were held in the late twentieth century and in the early twenty-first century. For example, the financing reform of the monarchy and adoption by Parliament Sovereign Grant Act 2011; the succession to the Crown reform and adoption by Parliament Succession to the Crown Act 2013. Now the British monarch is not governs the state, however, as we have proved in his arsenal is enough tool to exert influence on the executive power. During the reign of Queen Elizabeth II began largely perceived not as a head of state, but as a symbol of the nation, which acts as a focus for national identity, pride and unity. Moreover, the Queen is a symbol of statehood, the symbol of the UK, such as Big Ben. No wonder the in 2012 the most famous monument in London was officially renamed the Tower of Elizabeth II in honor of the Diamond Jubilee of Queen rule.
All this gives us reason to believe that as long as there is a monarchy until then there will be a Kingdom.