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Royal funding gets very confusing thanks to spin and claims by the royals and their supporters. Here are a few facts to remember:
The growing republican campaign is in good health and continues to grow. That's the message from Republic's CEO, Graham Smith, on the eve of the final stage of the Queen's birthday celebrations.
Campaigners have called for an inquiry into Prince Andrew's business affairs after revelations about private deals that pocketed him £4m.
Campaign group Republic has criticised the BBC for its coverage of the Queen's birthday, saying it is out of touch with reality, public sentiment and their own obligations to impartiality.
Graham Smith, the campaign group's CEO, said today:
Britain needs a serious debate about our head of state as we fast approach the succession of King Charles. That's the message from a republican movement that is feeling bullish about its prospects over the next decade.
Prince Andrew has been reported to the police for criminal damage to the gates at Windsor Great Park after the story broke in the Sun newspaper yesterday.
The report was made by Graham Smith, CEO of campaign group Republic.
Graham Smith said today:
Reports of the Queen's views on Brexit show why it's so important voters get to choose their head of state, according to campaign group Republic.
Campaign group Republic has branded the Clean for a Queen scheme a 'bad joke' and a 'patronising PR stunt.'
The group has pointed to huge cuts to local street cleaning services while the Queen has received a 38% increase in official funding since 2011.
Campaign group Republic has condemned a speech by Prince William in which he made remarks widely seen as supporting Britain's membership of the EU. The group says the remarks are a deliberate political intervention that politicises the monarchy.
Campaign group Republic has today written to the government, calling for a full review of royal funding and for the Sovereign Grant to be scrapped. The call comes as David Cameron and George Osborne conduct the first five-year review of the grant since it was introduced in 2011.
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