When was the last time the crown vetoed a law ?
Check the link I posted mate.
39 instances from the last few years, thnks to FOI, which the government is now trying to make the "Crown" immune from.
There's also the fact there are no records that show how many prospective laws have been vetoed i.e. before they get to Parliament.
Then there's the Remembrancer, who represents the "City Of London" which also has links to the "Crown" and the fact the City is the biggest money laundering centre on earth.
And that's before we even get to the fact that the "Crown" has direct links to offshore tax havens.
The whole "Crown", "City Of London" thing is a massive bed of corruption, and our Parliament is just a box ticking exercise.
This is why I think the correct description of "Representative Moarchy" is important; because the "Crown" is the centre of a huge spiders web of corruption, deceit and entrenched privelege which they exercise regularly.