In the United Kingdom, a succession crisis is brewing. We’re not talking about the throne, which is secure in the person of King Charles III. Nor are we referring to 10 Downing Street, which is held more tenuously by Rishi Sunak.
No, what concerns us today are the more than 800 royal warrants that were issued during the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, and what her passing means for those that hold them. Read more at Robb Report.