Prince Charles monarchy to spark referendums to remove royal head of state

Prince Charles: Host on ‘momentum to change to republic’

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Chris Smith, a Sky News host speculates the demand for the removal of Monarchy as the head of state when Prince Charles becomes the King. The ongoing claims erupted last month when Barbados became a republic nation after removing Queen as the head of state. It is believed that the other Commonwealth nations may follow suit soon.

Chris Smith, host of the Sky News Australia said: “I just think when Charles takes over there really will be momentum to change from a Monarchy to a republic and all of this garbage, that’s going on in before all of this happening.

“It doesn’t help, Does it?

Graham Richardson, a Sky News contributor replied: “No, it doesn’t but I mean really if it was me and I was planning the Royal Family’s future. I’d be saying to Charlie, ‘listen old son be a lot better, if we give it to William the mob love William.’”

The Queen is the head of state of 15 countries in the Commonwealth with the UK are Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Antigua and Barbuda, The Bahamas, Belize, Grenada, Jamaica, Papua New Guinea, Saint Lucia, Solomon Islands, St Kitts and Nevis, and St Vincent and the Grenadines.

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Barbados officially parted ways with the Queen after 29 years to become the world’s newest republic. Dame Sandra Mason became the first-ever woman president after swearing an oath at the Presidential Inauguration Ceremony in the capital, Bridgetown.

Announcing the news, the country’s government said: “The time has come to fully leave our colonial past behind.

“This is the ultimate statement of confidence in who we are and what we are capable of achieving.”

Australia and Jamaica are believed to be the other two nations soon to remove Her Majesty as the Head of State.

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Dr Bob Morris – a professor at UCL’s constitution unit said: “The Australians may be dusting off their plans. They’ve kept the idea alive, Australia.”

Earlier this year, the political leader in Jamaica also declared the idea of an independent nation after the removal of the Queen as the head of state.

However, soon after Barbados selected its new president, several tweeted for the UK to shun the Queen.

JonnyK, tweeted: “Great move Barbados. Congratulations. Time for the rest of the world to follow their lead, including the UK.”


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Alex Hughes wrote on the social media platform: “Fingers crossed that he’ll get to witness a similar ceremony here. #EndTheMonarchy #AbolishTheMonarchy”

Similarly, David Bowater tweeted: “I hope someday soon we’ll be waking up in a republic like the folks over in Barbados are this morning.”

Alistair McDowall also wrote: “I would fully support a referendum to decide if we even bother crowning another monarch once Elizabeth’s reign ends.

“A ridiculous anachronism that has long since passed its use-by date.

“I would definitely be voting no.”

Erika Lopez tweeted: “The UK is next to drop the Monarchy!!”

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