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Should Britain abolish the monarchy?

Should Britain abolish the monarchy?

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Should Britain abolish the monarchy? The monarchy has been the main representative of Britain for centuries. The Royal Family is a symbol of strength, wealth and power, embodying values and traditions. But they have no political influence and are therefore seen by many critics as insignificant. I believe that the Royal Family and especially the monarchy is and always will be a very important part of Britain and should not be dissolved as a monument. The monarchy represents tradition and ceremony which is unique and well loved amongst the nation. In 2007 in a BBC poll 80% of the people asked said they wanted to retain the monarchy. For many people it is a strong and even an emotive issue. The monarchy supports various institutions and charities by giving them a face and giving people a reason to fundraise. They are often the reason why citizens overcome to donate to an institution and they will no longer have that security once the monarchy is dissolved and the representative of the institution is just a commoner. Furthermore, for the same reason as for the citizens, the monarchy is a kind of attraction for tourists who watch performances of the royal family, who visit the castle, who buy souvenirs. This money is an important part of...

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the annual income for the whole of London and Britain. To abolish the Monarchy would be to change the atmosphere in the UK. It would ruin a tradition that many feel is part of their national identity and are comforted by it still being the same. It would not be welcomed - the national character of England is one very much set in its ways and even the smallest rituals are important. Many would see it is a ploy to replace the Queen with something more sinister or at the very least empty of meaning. This is no time to reduce overall morale. Overall a system of inherited authority reduces the democratic system in the UK to a secondary or, if you separate the House of Lords from the Monarchy, tertiary tier of authority. This may be symbolic but it reinforces the belief in this country that voting won`t change anything. This country's system does not support the idea of freedom of collective determination which we call democracy and so many have fought and died to preserve or spread. The existence of royalty automatically creates sub classes among the general population. The Queen is the British head of state. But in practice she has little political power. Unlike her ancestors, who still ruled over an entire world empire. But since 1688, England has been a constitutional monarchy, which means that the rights of monarchs are limited by the constitution. Political power is held by the democratically elected parliament. Nevertheless, Queen Elizabeth's influence should not be underestimated. She is regularly informed by the Cabinet about daily political events. This is not a compulsory appointment, but genuine interest. Almost all prime ministers who held office in Elizabeth's time confirmed this. In addition to the regular meetings with the respective head of government, the Queen also receives high officials and state guests and appoints on the advice of the Prime Minister - members of the Cabinet. Thus the rulers became representatives. The monarchy means tradition, power and strength. It is also an important source of money economically, as well as for charities and institutions. It shapes the national identity of the citizens and would cause severe damage to Britain if it were to be abolished.

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Should Britain abolish the monarchy? The monarchy has been the main representative of Britain for centuries. The Royal Family is a symbol of strength, wealth and power, embodying values and traditions. But they have no political influence and are therefore seen by many critics as insignificant. I believe that the Royal Family and especially the monarchy is and always will be a very important part of Britain and should not be dissolved as a monument. The monarchy represents tradition and ceremony which is unique and well loved amongst the nation. In 2007 in a BBC poll 80% of the people asked said they wanted to retain the monarchy. For many people it is a strong and even an emotive issue. The monarchy supports various institutions and charities by giving them a face and giving people a reason to fundraise. They are often the reason why citizens overcome to donate to an institution and they will no longer have that security once the monarchy is dissolved and the representative of the institution is just a commoner. Furthermore, for the same reason as for the citizens, the monarchy is a kind of attraction for tourists who watch performances of the royal family, who visit the castle, who buy souvenirs. This money is an important part of...

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the annual income for the whole of London and Britain. To abolish the Monarchy would be to change the atmosphere in the UK. It would ruin a tradition that many feel is part of their national identity and are comforted by it still being the same. It would not be welcomed - the national character of England is one very much set in its ways and even the smallest rituals are important. Many would see it is a ploy to replace the Queen with something more sinister or at the very least empty of meaning. This is no time to reduce overall morale. Overall a system of inherited authority reduces the democratic system in the UK to a secondary or, if you separate the House of Lords from the Monarchy, tertiary tier of authority. This may be symbolic but it reinforces the belief in this country that voting won`t change anything. This country's system does not support the idea of freedom of collective determination which we call democracy and so many have fought and died to preserve or spread. The existence of royalty automatically creates sub classes among the general population. The Queen is the British head of state. But in practice she has little political power. Unlike her ancestors, who still ruled over an entire world empire. But since 1688, England has been a constitutional monarchy, which means that the rights of monarchs are limited by the constitution. Political power is held by the democratically elected parliament. Nevertheless, Queen Elizabeth's influence should not be underestimated. She is regularly informed by the Cabinet about daily political events. This is not a compulsory appointment, but genuine interest. Almost all prime ministers who held office in Elizabeth's time confirmed this. In addition to the regular meetings with the respective head of government, the Queen also receives high officials and state guests and appoints on the advice of the Prime Minister - members of the Cabinet. Thus the rulers became representatives. The monarchy means tradition, power and strength. It is also an important source of money economically, as well as for charities and institutions. It shapes the national identity of the citizens and would cause severe damage to Britain if it were to be abolished.