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and nbsp resilient leaders want to break up with the British royal family all but one of the group of senior politicians supporting a question is one of their own countries head of state acquittal bureau chief Jay Mohr Delfan it's not I'm done deal just yet , and they point out that there is no and not for the groundswell to really push a debate right now a public official only gained around four thousand signatures not exactly a landslide in a country of twenty million critics say there's been more support for petition calling to keep kebab shops open past midnight but the movement don't have the support of Australian new prime minister Malcolm Turnbull he's made no secret of the fact that at some point you don't want to see an Australian and headed straight