This maxim has been the background of the legal principle, mostly now discarded, that a citizen could not sue the state for any alleged tort. On a regular basis in modern courts, Crown liability is being tested and teased into the common law, rendering the maxim more and more into the dust-bin of law.
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Source : The Daily Mash, a satirical website that publishes spoof articles; i.e., it is all made-up and is not intended, in any way whatsoever, to be taken as factual.
The Queen has confirmed that if President Trump makes a state visit, she can kill him with a sword and nobody can touch her. Palace staff have assured the Queen that, according to English law, Trump is a subject of the Crown and can, if judged to be damaging the monarchy, be dispatched without repercussion. She said: “I haven’t made up my mind yet. I might.”