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History will want to know if, in a crowded field of campaigners, Nick Clegg should be allowed to own this victory, or David Cameron, or Keith Vaz, or Lord Dubs or whether, given his longer-term commitment to women's rights, it is the senior feminist Lord Archer of Weston-super-Mare, who can claim to be the true face of opposition to male-preference primogeniture.
And if there's no will, then there is the question of what is your father's personal law if he's a traditionalist and there's proof that he lived his life under that law, it may be a bit difficult 'cos of primogeniture in Benin - don't know how that will work out as you're all females but I'm not sure if Benin law is male-preference primogeniture.
Of course I'm sure you also have a plan for that whole male-preference primogeniture set-up the British royals have?
That is, it is determined by male-preference genealogy and legitimate birth.