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Royal college

A royal college in some Commonwealth countries is technically a college which has received royal patronage and permission to use the prefix royal. Permission is usually granted through a royal charter. The charter normally confers a constitution with perpetual succession and the right to sue or be sued independently of the members. The charter also usually provide for rights of recourse to the Queen in Council. Although incorporation is now cheaply and easily... Wikipedia

Articles tagged royal college

  • October 6th 2022
  • NHS bosses plead with politicians: no more targets

  • Starmer refuses to back striking workers

  • Royal College of Nursing launches first UK-wide strike ballot in 106-year history

  • Keir Starmer repeatedly refuses to back striking workers

  • October 4th 2022
  • Rise in Scottish patients enduring extreme A&E waits

  • September 28th 2022
  • Anti-abortion group starts 40 days of protest outside Scottish clinics

  • Radical Roundup: 10 stories that have got buried – Week 4, September 2022

  • Wes Streeting speech: Labour promises face-to-face GP appointments

  • September 27th 2022
  • Yousaf told 'we can't go on like this' with A&E waits

  • September 25th 2022
  • NEIL MACKAY'S BIG READ: The Scottish NHS is collapsing ... but are doctors right in blaming the SNP?

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