WITH a reign spanning more than 60 years, Queen Elizabeth II is one of the most prestigious and recognisable figures on the planet.
Widely popular in the United Kingdom, she never fails to draw adoring crowds wherever she goes.
But there are many who see the institution behind her as flawed and undemocratic.
In this edition of the Redaction Politics podcast, our team takes a look at arguments for and against monarchy – and what might replace the Crown if it were to be abolished.
Host Declan Carey is joined by James Moules, Mason Quah and Matt Trinder to discuss what place the royals, the lords and the aristocracy should have in the twenty-first century.
Listen to the podcast here
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