The sovereign of the United Kingdom, Her Majesty the Queen, has been steadily politically neutral since the beginning of her reign.
The sovereign of the UK has always been very politically neutral, this has been a longstanding tradition of the Royal Family, one that the Queen takes extremely seriously.
Her Majesty the Queen may need to involve herself within the Brexit situation. This is because if Corbyn wins a vote of no confidence, he may set up a proxy-parliament, designed to circumvent democracy and pass legislation to stop Brexit.
The United Kingdom voted decisively to leave the European Union. The Queen has overall control over all laws that pass through Parliament. If Corbyn aims to pass legislation, he may not get permission, or Royal Assent, for the legislation from the Queen, as Boris could advise her not to give it.
The United Kingdom is now aiming for a successful no-deal clean-slate Brexit, one that would see the UK up to £135 billion better off, says a report from Cardiff University.
There has been concerns from supporters’ of the Monarchy. They feel that Harry and Meghan could break protocol and announce their own opinions regarding Brexit.
Harry and Meghan are currently in France, many see this as a strange symbolic gesture right in the middle of when the country is negotiating a major political withdrawal agenda.