Queen Elizabeth II and the members of the Royal family of Britain are planning to be veiled to an unrevealed location outside London if a scenario of no-deal  Brexit incites riots, according to the report of the British media.

The scheduled exit of Britain from the European Union on 29th march confronted huge condemnation while UK Prime Minister Theresa May rushing out of time, legislators cannot stop dispute, and the countrymen of Britain are accumulating everything from bicycle parts to wine bottles. Actually, unreliability is high, but thanks to the planning of the Cold War in which at least the queen will be saved.

The British Cabinet Officials told, “These emergency evacuation plans have been in existence since the Cold War but have now been repurposed in the event of civil disorder following a no-deal Brexit ”, but did not disclose the additional details about the location.

The former leader of the of royal protection at Scotland Yard, Dai Davies told, “ If there were problems in London, clearly you would remove the royal family away from those key sites”. He also added, “Where and how they will evacuate them is top secret and I can’t discuss it. ”

Despite profound fears and concern of their security, the royal family remained in Buckingham Palace during the Second World War. The monarchy constituted stability and ray of hope throughout the periods of dispute. While the royal palace was countered with the bomb the King and Queen were inside the palace, and the queen mother famously wrote in a letter, ”The children will not leave unless I do. I shall not leave unless their father does, and the king will not leave the country in any circumstances. ”

 

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