For the media

All media enquiries should be directed to

Graham Smith (Chief executive officer):

07747 608 770 or 0207 832 5820 or email

Please do not call our main number as messages can be delayed.

Our latest press releases are below.  You can also view details of our latest campaigns.

Graham Smith is our principal spokesperson for all media interviews.  Graham has extensive experience in debating the issues of republicanism and the monarchy, including on BBC News, Today Programme, BBC Breakfast, ITN, CNN, Oxford Union, Cambridge Union, Durham Union and countless other radio and TV programmes on Radio 4, Radio Five Live, local and commercial radio stations, UK and overseas TV and live events.

Avoid the myths!

A lot of myths and misunderstandings are recycled through our news media.  We ask that journalists spend some time looking at our Monarchy Myth Buster and Know the Facts pages.

Please keep three things in mind: 

  1. The monarchy is a political institution, steeped in power and vested interest
  2. There is no evidence that the monarchy is good for tourism or a benefit to the UK economy
  3. Broadcasters have a duty to report the monarchy impartially and in the same manner they would report any other political issue.

Latest press release

7 November 2017

Prince Charles is guilty of a clear conflict of interest in lobbying on issues from which he has made a large profit.

That's the view of Republic, which has condemned Prince Charles's failure to declare his investments that have now been revealed by the Guardian.