Anti-Monarchy pressure group cause outrage with their divisive UK wide billboard posters.

In a sad effort by an anti-monarchy pressure organisation, posters supporting the abolition of the Royal Family have surfaced throughout the UK as the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee gets underway.

Anti-Monarchy pressure group cause outrage with their divisive UK wide billboard posters.

Images of two posters were released by a group called Republic, and they can now be seen in locations such as London, Birmingham, Glasgow, and Leeds.
The motto “Make Elizabeth the Last” is written on the posters, along with the hashtag “#AbolishTheMonarchy.”

The divisive posters first emerged in late July last year but reappeared only days before the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

The disgraced Prince Andrew, Prince William, and Prince Charles appear under the strapline.

Republic funded the “#AbolishTheMonarchy” campaign with more than £43,000 via crowdsourcing.

According to their fundraising page: “As we approach the end of the Queen’s reign, the country needs an honest, grown-up debate about the monarchy.”

“We need to stop and ask ourselves: Can’t we just choose our next head of state?

“With polls showing young people wanting an elected head of state, the succession of King Charles will be a major turning point in the monarchy’s history and in the growth of Britain’s republican movement.”

“It’s time to make Elizabeth the Last.”

This has generated a lot of anger on social media.

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