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Question marks hang over the future of the union. The Brexit policy the UK Government has implemented has instigated a diminution in public support for a union that it wishes to preserve.
King Charles has inherited the crown at a time when support for the institution of the monarchy has fallen to a new low. Future public support for the monarchy may well rest heavily on the King’s ability to prove a worthy successor.
It is all well for Number 10 to fly the flag and for ministers to celebrate the Lionesses’ win at the Euros, but is the Government currently doing enough to deal with serious issues such as the rising cost of energy in the country?
Surveying by the Office for National Statistics shows Brits are increasingly pessimistic about things returning to how they were before.
After the Owen Paterson scandal, a recent YouGov survey shows that a majority of people (63%) in the UK think Members of Parliament (MPs) should not be allowed to take on extra paid work outside of their current role.
According to a recent YouGov survey, most people (70%) in the UK think pupils at secondary schools should be required to wear masks in communal areas at school.