#NotMyKing, the protest of the republicans, demonstration blocked at the entrance to Trafalgar square

Leaders of the anti-monarchist movement was arrested today, the long-standing campaign in favor of the Republic is particularly felt these days. hundreds today in the streets of London cordoned off by police CONTINUE READING….

Demonstration of republicans against the King

This morning Graham Smith, head of Republic, the reference political movement of anti-monarchists, was arrested. The handcuffs were taken near Trafalgar Square, around a “yellow” crowd of followers of #NotMyKing. Hashtags and slogans bounced off the streets of London on King Charles III’s coronation day and on social networks all over the world.


according to the anti-monarchists the monarchy is an old, wasteful, anti-democratic and corrupt institution: “The royals spend public money, on their travels, sumptuous houses and luxurious lifestyles every day of the year. the institution costs at least 345 million pounds a year, money that should be spent on public services”, they write on the site and for their campaign fundraising.

“The monarchy gets exemptions from hundreds of laws, including environmental protection regulations and racial discrimination laws,” they specify.

For the republicans, a true democracy cannot be achieved because “the monarch will always do what he is told by the government. the Crown places enormous power in the hands of the government, at the expense of parliament and the people.”

It is always useful to remember that the British people have always been in favor of the monarchy in the MAJORITY. CONTINUE READING…..

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The political lobby group was born in the 1980s and invigorated in the dark years of the death of Lady Diana and the fire at the refurbished Windsor Castle with over 30 million pounds of taxpayers.

according to a 2016 study by the Independent, during the period between the announcement of Prince William and Kate Middleton’s engagement in 2010 and Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012, the group’s supporters rose from around 9,000 to around 30,000 . in 2015, the group had two full-time staff and an income of £140,000. As of 2016, it had over 5,000 paying members and approximately 35,000 online supporters.

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