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Rebellious Scots don't 'like the Queen', don't care about wedding: Poll

A YouGov poll out this week shows the Scottish are the least likely to like the Queen or care about the future of the monarchy.
 
Key findings in Scotland include:

International anti-monarchy gathering this weekend

Republican campaigners from around Europe and the Commonwealth will be gathering in London this Saturday, to plan a monarchy-free future.
 
Speakers will include MPs Emma Dent Coad and Tommy Sheppard.
 

Shock poll: Royal love affair is over

A YouGov poll published today shows the public's love affair with the Royal Family is at an end.  The results give a clear picture of widespread disinterest in the Royals and a lack of enthusiasm for Saturday's royal wedding.
 

Lack of royal wedding interest 'no surprise'

Campaign group Republic has said it's not surprised about the lack of public interest in the forthcoming royal wedding.
 

Labour and SNP MPs to speak at anti-monarchy conference on wedding day

Anti-monarchy campaigners from around Europe will be gathering in London on the day of the royal wedding, where they'll be joined by Labour and SNP MPs Emma Dent Coad and Tommy Sheppard.
 

BBC royal wedding licence fee decision is 'appalling'

Campaigners have accused the BBC of an appalling waste of licence fee money today, after the broadcaster announced waiving the fee for anyone holding a royal wedding event.
 

BBC royal coverage must be 'fair and balanced' as petition attracts thousands

A petition launched last night - which has already attracted nearly 3,000 signatures - is calling on the BBC to make their royal coverage 'fair, balanced and proportionate'.
 

Royal nepotism is no better than Trump nepotism

Campaigners have criticised the Queen’s call for her son to be awarded the role of Commonwealth head, calling it out as nepotism and an abuse of public office.
 
Graham Smith of campaign group Republic said today:
 

Royal wedding protest reassurance sought from police

Campaigners have written to the Chief Constable of Thames Valley Police, Francis Habgood, asking for reassurances that the police will not obstruct peaceful protests on the day of the royal wedding.
 

MP is right, Charles isn't fit for Commonwealth role

Campaigners have backed Labour MP Kate Osamor's claims that Prince Charles should not head the Commonwealth.
 
The MP said this week that Charles is not regarded as 'level headed' or 'someone people respect'.
 
Graham Smith of campaign group Republic said today:

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