AT THE end of November 2021, Barbados became the most recent Commonwealth Realm to bit farewell to the British monarchy and become a republic.
Fourteen nations (not including the UK itself) still recognise Queen Elizabeth II as their official head of state – but will Barbados’ move inspire others to follow suit?
Our editor James Moules spoke to Lewis Holden, chair of the organisation New Zealand Republic, about the potential for New Zealand to follow Barbados and change its head of state.
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