British events 2
Edward VIII Abdication Crisis
For some time King Edward VIII has entertained hopes to marry the American Wallis Simpson. A constitutional crisis has now arisen as Mrs. Simpson is not only divorced from her previous husband, but in point of fact still married to her current husband, presently pursuing a second divorce. General outrage has ensued on the grounds that, as King, and being the head of the Church of England, Edward cannot marry a divorcée.
The King, however, has made it abundantly clear that he is very much in love with Mrs. Simpsom, and intends to marry her regardless of the opinions of his goverments or his subjects. As such, only three options remain open to him.
The British government and the governments of the Dominions have already stated that any alternative to abdication would be unacceptable, and repercussions of trying to force through a marriage, even an attempted compromise, would likely be dire, not only for Britain itself, but also for it's ties to the Commonwealth. As the King's closest advisors continues their attempts to convince him, the public awaits with bated breath the resolution of this conflict between the King and his cabinets.
||Mean time to happen
If he will not change his mind, the King must abdicate.
Compromise on a morganatic marriage.
Insist on a royal marriage.