Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Opposition, and the Monarchy.
In 1996, Jeremy Corbyn seconded the Commonwealth of Britain Bill (introduced by the late Tony Benn), which sought to establish a Republic and abolish the monarchy.
In 1998, Jeremy Corbyn stated that he believes the royal ceremony for the State Opening of Parliament should be abolished.
Jeremy Corbyn, Labour Party MP.
From 12th September 2015: The Leader of the Opposition and Leader of the Labour Party in the United Kingdom.
Jeremy Corbyn has been a Labour Party Member of Parliament (MP) since 1983.
Commonwealth of Britain Bill.
Primarily to end the constitutional status of the Crown, the Privy Council and the House of Lords and disestablish the Church of England.
The Commonwealth of Britain Bill was introduced a number of times until 2001, but never achieved a second reading.
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