Has the time come for Britain to abolish the monarchy? – a Redaction Report debate preview

FEW things are more synonymous with Britain than monarchy.

The scale of the pomp and ceremony and national celebration is staggering whenever a new royal baby emerges or a dashing young prince ties the knot.

But the monarchy has faced criticism at times from vocal minorities of the British public – perhaps most notable in the wake of Princess Diana’s death.

While the monarchy remains popular with the public at large, there are critics who believe the institution should be abolished and that Britain’s head of state should be elected.


Following the roaring success of Redaction Report‘s first ever debate – on the subject of Britain’s EU membership – we have decided to make these discussions a regular fixture on our channel.

Accordingly, our next debate will be on the future of the British monarchy – and whether is should be retained or abolished.

As with our previous debate, we are open to questions from our readers and viewers, which you can submit at redaction_news@protonmail.com

We will update this post with further news about the debate in due course, when speakers are confirmed and the date of the fixture is set.

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