Barefoot, even your own definition you posted a few hours ago demonstrates that our monarchy is -limited-. It is constrained to such an extent that our Queen does not make laws anymore, and of the powers that she does have - for instance, dissolving Parliament or giving assent to bills - she only does so when it is necessary in Parliament's case (ie, when the government term has run for five years or wants to call an early election) and has never refused assent.<quoted text>
I have to keep reminding you what a monarchy is, complete with definitions- probably fifty times, and I would easily a dozen completely different sources.
And what "appoint" means.
And now you want me to tell you what "ascension" means?
Your claim that you have "refuted" Royal Assent not being given since 1707 is simply an outright lie. Every time you are called on this and the fact that your source has no support and contradicts your main argument, you run away.
The facts are, Barefoot, that our monarchy does nothing. Our democratically-elected politicians run the show now, and have so for at least 100 years.
Get over it, little boy.