By Ben Kerrigan
The Queen expressed frustration in the inability of British politicians to govern correctly, it has been revealed.
The revelation of her comments came as the Scottish Supreme Court set a date of September 6 to decide whether the prime minister can prorogue Parliament.
Revelation by The Sunday Times that the monarch made the comments following David Cameron’s resignation in 2016 at a private event comes at a crucial time in the impasse between British politicians and between parliament and the EU on how the Uk should leave the EU, with or without a deal.
The source said: “I think she’s really dismayed. I’ve heard her talking about her disappointment in the current political class and its inability to govern correctly.
“She expressed her exasperation and frustration about the quality of our political leadership, and that frustration will only have grown.” The Queen’s view about the EU was revealed by The Sun Newspaper in 2016, after it was revealed that she was sceptical about the EU a few years before the 2016 referendum.
Queen Elizabeth II has survived 13 prime ministers throughout her 67 year reign and has only been reported to have been vocal about political matters in private settings since talks about Britain leaving EU began before 2016. The revelation about her Majesty The Queen’s view at this time highlights just how precarious developments n relation to Brexit are, with no end n sight,