Tag Archives: democracy

Much ado about something

The weekend that has gone witnessed the continuing celebrations for the 90th birthday of the reigning British monarch, Elizabeth Windsor. Parades of guards, bands and royal carriages through the streets of London, aircraft fly-pasts and, it is reported, street parties … Continue reading

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Growing to win

“For all the issues Republic campaigns on our focus has never wavered.  Our mission is simple: to achieve the abolition of the British monarchy in favour of a democratic republic. That’s a tall order, a tough challenge and there are … Continue reading

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Above, but not beyond

Royalty is above politics. These words are often used in a collective defence of royalty with respect to political matters. If, therefore, that is actually the case – if the royals are indeed politically neutral – then why is secrecy … Continue reading

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