Lisa Nandy has mentioned she would vote to abolish the monarchy in any future referendum on the Royal Family.
The Labour leadership candidate’s stance was at odds with the two different candidates who stay in the working to succeed Jeremy Corbyn: Sir Keir Starmer and Rebecca Long-Bailey.
However, throughout a reside Channel Four debate, all three politicians mentioned the concern was not a precedence.
Asked if he would vote to scrap the monarchy in a Channel 4 News TV debate, shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer mentioned: “No, I wouldn’t. I think I’d downsize it.”
Rebecca Long-Bailey, the shadow enterprise secretary, replied: “I think we have got more important things to worry about. I wouldn’t vote to abolish the monarchy.”
But Ms Nandy responded throughout the quickfire questions spherical: “I’m a democrat, so I would vote to scrap it. But this is not the priority of the country.”
Later on she mentioned “I’d quite like to see Queen Meghan”, after the outgoing Duchess of Sussex and companion Prince Harry revealed plans to resign their royal titles.
When requested about their favorite Labour chief of the final 50 years, Sir Keir named Harold Wilson, whereas Ms Long-Bailey didn’t identify one.
Ms Nandy went for who she known as the chief that by no means was – for many years the longest-serving feminine MP, Barbara Castle.
Ballots are being despatched out to round 500,000 members for the election to change into Labour chief formally beginning on Friday 21 February.
The winner might be revealed at a particular convention on Saturday 4 April.
Simultaneously, members might be voting for a deputy chief to substitute Tom Watson, who stood down as an MP at the election.
All of these candidates – Dr Rosena Allin-Khan, Richard Burgon, Ian Murray, Angela Rayner and Dawn Butler – received sufficient nominations to safe a spot on the poll paper.