Anger at tea room which flies the Queen's personal flag From The Argus Mr Daly acquired the flag for about 45 from a royal collector.
He said: "I have never been able to get another one. It could have been an original. I don't know anyone else who's got one. "I would like to think there are oakleys sunglasses cheap some people who haven't got the guts to fly it. "People have said you can be arrested." The Tea Cosy, which has a sign outside saying "Camp" advertising the old Camp coffee drink, is decorated with pinks and Chintz. Customers are presented with a long list of etiquette, such as no mobile phones and no conversation "louder than two tones above the chink of a tea cup". Mr Daly has been said to have thrown out customers for failing to adhere to his Victorian style code. Afterwards Mr Daly was invited on to TV and radio to give advice on manners. He oakley sumglasses has since published his own book of etiquette. Anna King, from Hove, contacted the Argus about oakley holbrook sale the Royal Standard. She wrote: "Your story back in August about the Tea Cosy in Brighton and their etiquette was so nice to read. "However they are flying the Royal Standard. This is illegal and is only allowed if the Queen is in residence. "I have spoken with lots of people and they have told me they will not go there because of this and I agree with them. I have asked the Tea Cosy to remove the Standard but had no reply. "How can they have etiquette but fly the Queen's flag? This is causing much upset to people." Leonora Brooks, secretary of Hove Royal British Legion, agreed. She said: "That is the flag of Buckingham Palace. Nobody else is oakley wholesale allowed to use it." A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman said: "It is not illegal. It is just not generally done." Sussex Police said while it was not a criminal offence, the flyer should have the permission of the Queen. The Royal Standard is flown when The Queen is in residence in one of the Royal Palaces, on The Queen's car on official journeys and on aircraft on the ground. It may also be flown on any building, official or private but not ecclesiastical buildings, during a visit by The Queen, if the owner or proprietor so requests. The Royal Standard is only flown when the Sovereign is present.
If the Union Jack is flying above Buckingham Palace instead of the Standard, The Queen is not in residence. When The Queen goes to Parliament, the Royal Standard flies from Victoria Tower. Unlike the Union flag, the Royal Standard is never flown at half mast, even after the death of a monarch, as there is always a sovereign on the throne.
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