After a crisis over the honour list, the Queen is ‘in a delicate position.’ It appears that she made a mistake.


After a crisis over the honour list, the Queen is ‘in a delicate position.’ ‘It appears that she made a mistake,’ says one commentator.

THE QUEEN’S HONORS LIST has sparked a crisis, with a royal pundit declaring, “Her Majesty is in a delicate position.”

Tony Blair, the former Labour Prime Minister, was awarded the Knight Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Garter.

Since receiving the title in the Queen’s annual New Year’s honour list, more than half a million people have called on the government to revoke the knighthood due to his views on the Iraq war.

Mr. Blair was Prime Minister during the military invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan, leading Labour to three electoral victories.

On his YouTube channel, Neil Sean’s Daily News Headlines, royal pundit Neil Sean discussed how the decision has sparked a political crisis for the Queen.

“What’s interesting is that this recent political honor given to an ex-Prime Minister has sent shockwaves through the country,” he said.

“If you aren’t aware, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has recently been renamed Sir Tony Blair, but this has sparked a massive petition with nearly 500,000 signatures.”

“Now, we won’t go into all the political details because they’re all available online, in newspapers, and everyone is aware of them.”

“However, the problem now is that the British Prime Minister, The Right Honourable Boris Johnson, has stated in a press conference held directly from Downing Street that it is up to Her Majesty the Queen to decide whether or not to accept the offer of becoming a sir.

“Well, the bigger problem is that that particular honor was bestowed upon the board of which Boris Johnson is a member,” Mr Sean continued.

As a result, he appears to be shifting blame slightly.

“Where does that leave Her Majesty the Queen? As you can imagine, she’s got a lot on her plate right now with her family.”

“The obvious thing would be for her to revoke that honour, and the gracious thing, particularly on the part of the Right Honourable Tony Blair, would be for him to revoke the honour himself, but a lot of people are saying, why should he?”

“It’s a never-ending debate that puts Her Majesty in a precarious position.”

“If she caves in and rescinds it on her advice.”

“News from the Brinkwire.”


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