Campaign group Republic has announced its intention to protest in Liverpool on Wednesday April 26, when Charles and Camilla visit the Central Library.

With Charles expected to arrived shortly before 2pm protesters will be there from midday.

Speaking for Republic, Graham Smith said today:

"We intend to keep the protests going, not just now but well beyond the coronation."

"We encourage anyone who objects to the monarchy to come out and join the protests. We will keep sending a clear message, we want a choice, not Charles."

"On Wednesday Charles will be visiting the Liverpool Central Library. We'll be there to make our voices heard loud and clear."

"It's time our country was represented by someone who had to work for that privilege, someone who doesn't rip off the taxpayer and someone who doesn't demand deference. It's time we had an elected head of state."

The protest is the fifth in recent weeks. Other Not My King protests have been held in Milton Keynes, Colchester, Westminster Abbey on Commonwealth Day and York.

On May 6 more than a thousand people are expected to protest at the coronation.