THE PURPLE CONTRACT
- Ficha técnica
- ROBIN FLETT
The Independence movement in Scotland has been gaining strength for many years. Finally, and with great reluctance, the UK parliament agrees to a referendum. The people of Scotland will at last be able to vote on how their country should be governed in the future.
Then Buckingham Palace announces that Queen Elizabeth is terminally ill, and that her son Prince Charles will take the throne - but only on her death.
As almost his first act as established heir, Charles makes it known that the potential splitting of the United Kingdom - his kingdom - is simply not acceptable and must not take place.
With the Referendum date fast approaching, the Scottish people are incensed. Resentment against Charles, and the Monarchy in general sparks into life - and violence follows.
Charles has become a target, and not just in the political arena...
Intended audience: adult.