Transparency and the Royals – Sam Fowles on applying the law to the Royal Family
PublisherLaw Quarterly Review
Analysing the case of The Executor of HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh (Deceased) v HM Attorney General and Guardian News Media  EWCA Civ 1081;  W.T.L.R. 1251, Fowles argues that, while the Court held that the law must apply to members of the Royal Family as it does to ordinary citizens, their unique constitutional position affords the Royals a consequential legal privilege.
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