Why should England become a republic?
England should become a republic because it is time that we elected our head of state which would have to be a president not a monarch. but first we (England) would have to become reform everything in the country which the government is doing then become independent from Scotland, wales and northern Ireland first.
England in 2015 after the general election should become independent along with Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. The countries in the commonwealth, British overseas territories and British crown dependencies, should succeed and be their own independent/ dependent republic/ monarchy countries. Finally the Queen should step down and prince Charles become king followed by a referendum, on a republic of Britain so protest for it with thousands of people speed the word time for a revolution.
Yes. Like in Wales, the majority of people in Scotland have their own unique Scottish culture, and they should break off and form their own republic. If both Wales and Scotland break from the UK, and Northern Ireland is absorbed into the southern Republic of Ireland, that would reduce the UK to the Kingdom of England. English people must understand that the age of imperialism is over, and England should keep its own kingdom to…
Monarchists believe that our system is working well the way it is and should remain exactly the same. They think that coming a republic is one of the worst things we could do to Australia. Becoming a republic will deny Australia's Historical links with Britain. Our British heritage is an important part of our identity, Changing it will negatively impact the way we see our heritage. Becoming a republic will be a waste of Australian…
No country consists of England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. The United Kingdom refers to England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, but does not include the Republic of Ireland. Ireland can refer to the island of Ireland, which includes the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, and it can also refer to just the Republic of Ireland.