Royals vetted more than 1,000 laws via Queen’s consent

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Exclusive: secretive procedure used to review laws ranging from Brexit trade deal to inheritance and land policy

More than 1,000 laws have been vetted by the Queen or Prince Charles through a secretive procedure before they were approved by the UK’s elected members of parliament, the Guardian has established.

The huge number of laws subject to royal vetting cover matters ranging from justice, social security, pensions, race relations and food policy through to obscure rules on car parking charges and hovercraft.

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