See her powers here.
We love her and her family and rightly keep them in a status that we would all expect for a Head of State.
Since Oliver Cromwell, who had a very big well organised army and deposed the Monarchy with it thus making Parliament our central decision making power base - although even he had to sort them out by using his army to disband it and rule as regent for a while, ( setting a precedent I would suggest) - we have followed the tradition that we are governed by Parliament.
Her Majesty has been very sensitive about Parliamentary Precedence and has only ever advised her ministers. But is that good enough?
Surely if we are to keep a Monarchy, and they are to enjoy all the trappings of it, then there should be limits to what politicians are able to do. Monarchy should protect us and our country.
What should be the trigger to the Monarch stepping in? Well it's pretty simple really: Any proposition which, in Cromwell's day, amounted to a civil war issue or such divisive obstructive conduct by members, that Government is unable to peacefully fulfill the stated will of the people.
Can you recall the utter despair and distaste that most of us true Brits felt about the rude treatment that our Queen had to endure with dignity from the awful republican Cherie Blair? Yawning in her presence, refusing to curtsy and so on?
Close Parliament and set up a team of ministers to take us forward to our best advantage, and stop all the deliberately fomented incitement to unrest that's now happening so as to unite the nation.
So it should remain until, all members of both Houses, have attended instructions on the primacy of democracy and pledged their allegiance to you and it.
We are not yet a Republic so we should not tolerate any lack of respect to you,our systems and our people.