Firstly, there is the question of whether the royal succession laws are 'outdated'.
OF COURSE THEY'RE OUTDATED!
It's an hereditary monarchy. What the fuck do you expect? You want an hereditary monarchy that's fit for the 21st Century? That's what I'd call an oxymoron.
Back in January 1066, Harold Godwinson became King of England: elected by the Witenagemot. Not exactly direct democracy, but a damned sight better than hereditary succession. Almost a thousand years has passed and we're still in a state of regression.
But as I read on I discover that this little matter is not something we, in this country, can do anything about. Apparently we would need approval from the Commonwealth, before any such change could be made. What a cheek! Our Head of State, and it's nothing that we can change without others' approval. What a great system, eh?
If only Robert Blake had lived a little longer...