As a convinced republican, who doesn't think we should select our head of state from one particular (and extremely dysfunctional) family, I take a close interest in matters monarchical.
Now, Roseanna Cunningham is unashamedly republican. Nothing wrong with that. So why, do you imagine that a random Labour backbencher, Adam Ingram MP, with no locus whatsoever to interfere in this matter, was so quick to call for her resignation over the Balmoral path episode, when she so patently has no case to answer?
Could it perhaps be Mr Ingram's background as a proud, flute-playing member of the avowedly loyalist Orange Order?
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