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Barbados announces plan to remove Queen Elizabeth as head of state next year

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Barbados announced plans to remove Queen Elizabeth as head of state next year.
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Barbados wants to remove Britain's Queen Elizabeth as its head of state and become a republic, the Caribbean nation's government has said on Wednesday.

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