The Today Debate: What Do We Want From Our Monarchy? Sept. 20, 2022

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Mishal Husain is joined by a panel of experts, as in front of an audience at BBC Broadcasting House, they consider what might lie ahead for King Charles III and examine the evolving role of the Royal Family. Joining Mishal for the Today Debate were BBC Special Correspondent James Naughtie; Lord Butler, who was the country’s most senior civil servant for ten years from 1988; Margaret Macmillan emeritus professor of history at the University of Toronto and of international history at the University of Oxford; Tim Stanley, leader writer and columnist for the Daily Telegraph, an author of books on …



Mishal Husain is joined by a panel of experts, as in front of an audience at BBC Broadcasting House, they consider what might lie ahead for King Charles III and examine the evolving role of the Royal Family. Joining Mishal for the Today Debate were BBC Special Correspondent James Naughtie; Lord Butler, who was the country’s most senior civil servant for ten years from 1988; Margaret Macmillan emeritus professor of history at the University of Toronto and of international history at the University of Oxford; Tim Stanley, leader writer and columnist for the Daily Telegraph, an author of books on tradition and on American politics and history and Simon Jenkins, columnist for the Guardian and author of books on British history, landscape and architecture.