The Queen’s Reign Over Barbados is Coming to an End

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‘The Queen’s Reign Over Barbados is Coming to an End’

The Caribbean island of Barbados has been a territory of the Crown for centuries.

Since the first European settlers arrived, the island has been subject to British rule.

Though it declared independence in 1966, the Queen remained Head of State.

But this week, Barbados is cutting off ties with the monarchy once and for all.

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