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Rosindell accepts his victory and the failure of monarchy ?
Andrew Rosindell is once again the MP for Romford having won in the 2015 general election with a reduced majority. Royalist Mr Rosindell seems safe in his seat, however that does not appear to be the case for the Queen with the SNP winning 56 of the 59 Scottish constituencies. In a story line that could have been written by Jonathon Swift, Queen Elizabeth II is emerging as the "Queen who lost Scotland", the British monarch that ruled over the break-up of the union and her champion, the Duke of Edinburgh, is as quiet as a mouse. With such an overwhelming vote for the objectives of the SNP the Scottish people have surely told the British royal family beyond any doubt that they are not welcome in Scotland. The Queen is now at a level of democratic conflict with parliament that hasn't been seen for centuries - not since Oliver Cromwell. The reign of Queen Elizabeth II and her champion the Duke of Edinburgh will surely go down in history as one of the greatest royal failures ever.
The Queen's Passing of Victoria's record will be false
On 9th September 2015 the Queen will "pass the record" for the longest-serving monarch set by Queen Victoria but with last nights election result it is only the delay of parliamentary and Scottish assembly procedure that will see the Queen achieve this milestone. It will be a false record held by a failed Queen with the people of Scotland screaming for her to leave Scotland forever.
How can Mr Rosindell, as a fervent supporter of the Queen, continue to "represent" people in the UK parliament when the very existence of the UK monarchy is in direct democratic conflict with parliament itself. Surely Mr Rosindell should be treated as a royalist spy and not a true member of parliament in its obeyance of the will of the electorate - that electorate has firmly rejected the UK monarchy with record-breaking delight.