That was The Observer panel question today, in their 'seven days' review of the week. Its in the paper, but I don't think its online too, so here's my take.
I will be more involved in the referendum, supporting a Yes vote for AV. I like the idea that everybody under AV can vote for their favourite candidate without weighing the odds or agonising about tactical votes. That’s better for Scottish Tories and Labour voters in the shires, UKIP and Green supporters.
We still won’t get to vote about the Monarchy, but that’s how most people want to keep it, so the Royal Wedding will get more attention. If I do watch it with my five year old daughter, Zarina, I will be worrying about how best to answer lots more questions about real life Princesses and how you get to become one when you grow up.
Any tips on whether or how to explain the Monarchy to small children would be welcome too.