• Check out all the latest events, online and out there in the real world! 

  • Republic relies entirely on the support of thousands of people around the country, people like you who want to see an end to the monarchy.

    Join for as little as £3 a month and you'll be making a real difference to the cause. 

    You'll also get invited to Republic's annual Members Day, where you can hear great speakers and find out more about the issues and the campaign.

  • We can't do this without you! Donate today and help Republic reach millions more people around the country, do more lobbying of MPs and get our message out through the media. 


    Donate now!


    Your donation will help pay for

    • Press release databases that reach thousands of journalists
    • Social media advertising that can reach millions of people
    • Events up and down the country
    • Video making for Republic's YouTube channel
    • More Podcast episodes that give people a deeper insight into why the monarchy must go
    • And much, much more...

    How much can you give today?


  • There's loads of great content on Republic's YouTube channel. And you can get involved too, whether by sending in ideas for episodes, joining the debate in the comments or putting yourself forward to take part in a Meet the Supporters video


  • Republic's documentary, The Man Who Shouldn't Be King, is available on YouTube. You can arrange a screening with friends or for a group that you belong to. If you'd like a speaker to be part of the event email [email protected]

  • Follow all the latest updates and news coverage via Republic's Facebook and Twitter feeds and don't forget to share, share and share!

    Republic is also on Instagram.

  • We rely on volunteers to help with events, do research and manage our admin.

    Check out our Volunteer page and complete the form to tell us how you want to get involved. 

  • Republic's Abolish the Monarchy podcast takes a more in-depth look at some of the issues we campaign on. Season 1 is available on Spotify and Apple podcasts, as well with your browser.

  • Whoever your MP is, write to them! It's always worth making sure your MP knows they have constituents who want the monarchy gone.

    And make sure you're signed up for Republic's emails. From time to time Republic will tell you about new issues or campaigns we want your MP to know about. You can then get back in touch with them on our behalf!

    Find out what we're currently asking supporters to write about, and find your MP and write to them, using Republic's MyMP form.

  • Got an opinion on a breaking story? Write to the national press. 

    Just write to your favorite paper, keep it brief and to the point and make sure you include your full name, address and phone number.

    Their email address is usually letters@ their website address. But a quick Google search will find it for you.

  • Republic's CEO, Graham Smith, is an experienced public speaker who has debated the issues at Oxford Union, Durham Union, Cambridge Union and at countless other schools, universities and groups. Not to mention his years of media experience.

    Invite Graham to speak at your school, university or event. Email [email protected]

  • Republic launched the Where You Live events programme in early 2020, just before all events were cancelled because of the coronavirus. We will restart this series of events as soon as we can. We will be announcing the re-launch of the programme in due course.

  • You are one of millions of people around the country who believe Britain needs a democratic alternative to the monarchy.

    By leaving a legacy in your Will, Republic can continue to:

    • Support local campaigns around the country in organising events, debates and protests
    • Work with the media in raising important issues and challenging royal spin
    • Lobby politicians on royal secrecy, finances, powers and much more

    Find out everything you need to know about making a will on the UK Government website.

    You and/or your solicitor may find the following wording helpful if you choose to include Republic in your will:


    “I give………….....…. to Republic Campaign Ltd, 20-22 Wenlock Road, London, N1 7GU for its general purposes and I declare that the receipt of the Treasurer or other proper officer of Republic Campaign Ltd shall be a full and sufficient discharge for my executors”.


    Thank you for considering Republic in making your will. Your generosity will ensure that Republic continues to grow, gets the issues raised in the media and keeps building a stronger movement.  

  • The board is the executive body of Republic which deals with strategy, finances and monitoring of campaign progress. The board receives reports and proposals from the CEO, discusses and decides overall strategy and direction and takes responsibility for good governance and financial management.

    The board does not take tactical or operational decisions, which are delegated to Republic's staff.

    What does a director do?

    The role of director carries various responsibilities, including legal responsibilities under companies law.

    Broadly speaking a director's role is to attend board meetings, read reports and proposals and to apply their judgement to any decisions that need to be made. Directors are also expected to attend Republic's national events and offer support to the CEO where appropriate. Directors aren't involved in the running of the campaign unless recruited separately as volunteers in one of our campaign teams.

    We are not currently recruiting new directors. If you'd like to find out more please call Graham Smith on 07747 608 770.