As if we needed to accelerate our reduction in national pride. I can hardly think of a more frivolous use of parliamentary time.
This bill aims to tackle the association with the "terrible" Imperialism within our history with regards to these awards. It does not address the association equally terrible Feudalism which we also experienced. Why would that be my right honourable colleagues?
I suggest that the Feudalistic language within the bill is now culturally accepted, indeed this is implied by the fact the writers did not seek to change that.
On that basis I say that removing the imperial language we have is neither here nor there, and this is purely a product of attempting to govern by populism.
This has entered cessation.