And you're also like a dog with a bone, yet you're actually arguing black is white based purely on semantics.You're like a dog with a bone. You have still to tell me which law the queen has refused to sign when it is presented for her signature for royal assent. The Queen will not refuse to sign a bill before her. That doesn't mean there hasn't been negotiation before it gets to that stage, I never implied one way or the other. Any government doesn't have to agree amendments or are you arguing that they have to? If push came to shove then parliament would win hands down.
You originally took issue with what I said which is "with the Queen vetting every single law on the statute book to ensure it doesn't apply to her and her family" by telling us that she has never refused to sign a law. But Bold Seagull has literally just given you an example of her vetting a law, making amendments and not even passing it back for members to check.
I am not arguing that she doesn't refuse to sign off new laws. I'm arguing that she vets them to ensure they don't apply to her, and that is true, and as such your assertion that she acts as "merely ceremonial head of state" with "no power" is completely wrong.