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Corbyn Insults the Queen as Health Concerns Raised

Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of "insulting" Her Majesty the Queen. It comes as the Labour Leader has been very sceptical of the United Kingdom's monarchy. There has been suggestions that Jeremy Corbyn's links with the IRA mean that he does not support the Monarchy. It is also possible that Corbyn supports the United Kingdom becoming a republic, dumping...

Queen Intervention As Harry and William Split Over Foundation

Many people have suggested that the Queen should stage an intervention after it was announced that Harry and William would be splitting from the Royal Foundation to start their own. Many people have shown concerns that the two might not be getting on. In reality, it's more likely that that because the two have new families, they have now got...

Corbyn Will Force New Brexit Referendum As Labour Offend Queen

Jeremy Corbyn's deputy, Tom Watson, has said that offering a new referendum "is the price to pay" for those who back Labour. Tom Watson has now come out strongly for another referendum on the United Kingdom's membership of the European Union. Tom Watson admitted to the BBC that Labour might "lose some votes", but he demands that backing another EU referendum,...

Queen May Reject Brexit Through Parliament Suspension

Her Majesty the Queen could refuse to prologue Parliament in the event that the opposition tries to stop a no-deal Brexit from going through. The United Kingdom voted to overwhelmingly leave the European Union, in spite of the fact that Theresa May's government has not delivered on their promise. Lord Armstrong, who was close to Margaret Thatcher, has suggested that the...

Corbyn Angers Queen As New Labour Plans Will Ignore Brexit Vote

Tom Watson, deputy leader of the Labour Party, is pressuring Jeremy Corbyn to make a Remain stance only for the Labour Party. As it currently stands, Labour has been vague on whether or not it is a Remain Party or a Leave Party. Jeremy Corbyn has said in the past that he is open to another referendum. There have been fresh...

Corbyn’s Plan May Damage the Queen In Spiteful Tax Move

The Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, is reported to be wanting to scrap inheritance tax and replace it with "lifetime gift tax", a move that will see many people lose thousands from inheritance that they receive from their parents' wealth. Within the current system, parents can avoid inheritance tax by gifting their wealth to their children more than seven years before...

Palace Release Surprising New Image of Baby Archie

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan and Harry, have released a wonderful new image of their baby son, Archie, to the world. The Royal couple have been out of the public spotlight for a while now, this is mainly due to the fact that Meghan is on maternity leave from her Royal duties. Harry has been kept on his toes...

Jeremy Corbyn Offends Queen After Car Crash Silence

The Duke of Kent was involved in a car crash, but many have criticised members' of the Labour Party, including Jeremy Corbyn, for not wishing the Duke well. Jeremy Corbyn has always been highly sceptical of the Royal Family. Many have suggested that Corbyn would like to see the abolishment of the Royal Family. As of now, the majority of the...

Watch As Prince Harry Tells Meghan Off In Frosty Balcony Exchange

Meghan Markle can be seen having an awkward exchange with Prince Harry as the two stand on the Royal balcony at Buckingham Palace. The couple recently celebrated the birth of their new son. The Royal couple have been very reserved recently and not shown much of their faces in the past few months. It's not entirely clear what Prince Harry said...

Remain MPs Will Force Queen To Stop WTO Brexit After French Anger

Sir Ed Davey, who is standing to become the next leader of the Liberal Democrat's, has said that he will make a "plea" to the Queen to avoid a so-called "no-deal" Brexit. It comes as the United Kingdom prepares itself for leaving without a so-called deal at the end of October. Boris Johnson is in favour of taking a much...