Campaigners in the UK have welcomed the release of the palace letters in Australia.
The letters show that the Queen was aware of what was happening in Australia and knew the Governor General was considering dismissing the prime minister.
The widespread belief that the monarchy is good for tourism is the 'original fake news' and 'complete fiction' according to campaigners. The comments follow Meghan Markle's claim her wedding generated £1bn for UK tourism, a claim that has already been challenged by leading experts.
Campaigners have written to Sadiq Khan asking him not to ignore the legacy of British monarchs when reviewing statues and monuments.
Campaigners have criticised the royal family for suggesting they will be losing millions of pounds of funding due to the coronavirus.
Campaign group Republic has pointed out that while revenue may fall the annual grant paid to the Queen will not.
Most people want the royals to pay for official visits to towns and cities around the UK. That's according to a YouGov poll carried out this week on behalf of campaign group Republic. Half the population (49%) would oppose any royal visit if their local council was paying.
Prince Charles's excuse that he flies by helicopter to lecture people on carbon emissions because he's busy is ‘bizarre'.
Campaigners have tonight claimed the statement from Harry and Meghan this evening shows the monarchy isn't sustainable in the modern era.
Campaign group Republic has condemned the apparent impunity of the royal household, saying the Metropolitan Police need to act to ensure Prince Andrew is dealt with like any other citizen.
Campaigners have today called for a major independent inquiry into the royal household. The call follows a string of fresh accusations against Prince Andrew which raise serious questions about the judgement of the Queen and Prince Charles.
Following last night's BBC interview, campaign group Republic has called on Prince Andrew to lose his royal title, saying the growing scandal should be a catalyst for a wider inquiry into the royal household.
Speaking for the group Graham Smith said today:
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