Dear Sir or Madam,
My Freedom of Information request relates to HM Government's
response to the abdication of the monarch.
a. Does the Cabinet Office or Cabinet Secretary hold any documents drawn up or revised in 2006 - 07 relating to HM Government's plans should the monarch choose to abdicate?
b. If such documents exist, could the Cabinet Office or Cabinet Secretary please release them into the public domain for debate and consultation.
Please note that this is a single request pertaining only to
documents drawn up or revised in 2006 - 07.
CABINET OFFICE REFERENCE: FOI267780
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