Republican protests will also be held on Tuesday June 5. From 9am we'll be outside St Paul's Cathedral as the Queen arrives for another jubilee event. At 11:30am we'll be in Whitehall to stage a protest on the route of the afternoon royal procession from parliament to the palace.
Republicans from across Britain are preparing for a historic protest against the monarchy, organised by campaign group Republic, at the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant on Sunday June 3.
Anti-monarchy pressure group Republic has described the Queen's decision to personally invite the Crown Prince of Bahrain to jubilee events at Windsor Castle and Buckingham Palace as “a catastrophic error of judgement” and "deeply offensive".
The BBC is facing legal action over its coverage of the Queen's diamond jubilee, after the anti-monarchy campaign group Republic served a "letter of claim" threatening to take the corporation to judicial review.
Campaign group Republic has today said it welcomes a Yougov poll showing a clear majority are opposed to changing the name of the tower that houses Big Ben to Elizabeth Tower.
Republic has been contacted by a number of parents who are concerned that their children's schools are presenting the diamond jubilee in a one-sided way.
The Queen's record in office has been one of failure according to a new pamphlet published today by campaign group Republic. The publication aims to challenge the notion that the Queen is "untouchable" and beyond criticism.
We're continually told that the Queen has done a good job, that she has "never put a foot wrong". But does her record really live up to these claims? How does she measure up against elected leaders? Could Britain have done better?
There has been a sharp decline in the number of people believing Britain would be worse off without the royals, down to just half.
A Liberal Democrat MP has today backed Republic's calls for the Queen to reveal her tax returns in the wake of similar calls on government ministers.
The Queen pays tax voluntarily at a rate of her choosing, following a secret deal agreed with John Major 20 years ago.
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