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The principle of "male primogeniture" has been done away from the Scandinavian countries of Denmark, Sweden, and Norway, and other European nations such as Belgium and Netherlands. The United Kingdom began the legislative process of doing the same in late 2011, which will also require other countries in the Commonwealth to pass laws. Obviously, this no longer makes much sense in the progressive twentieth century.

Why has this come back into prominence in late 2012, thanks to a hospital admission in London?

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This day last year: Q.433

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