Taxpayers ‘pay for your parade’: Charles heckled in Wales on cost of monarchy

Taxpayers 'pay for your parade': charles heckled in wales on cost of monarchy

Guardian News published this video item, entitled “Taxpayers ‘pay for your parade’: Charles heckled in Wales on cost of monarchy” – below is their description.

King Charles was heckled during a walkabout in Wales, where one man attracted his attention to say that taxpayers were funding the monarchy. 

The reaction of the crowds in Cardiff was largely positive as Charles walked to the castle, but some anti-monarchy protesters booed him and there were small demonstrations at Llandaff Cathedral and the Senedd building

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