Labour Party members want to sack the Queen, abolish Britain’s borders and nuclear deterrent and support a general strike to bring down the government.
They also blame Britain, rather than the IRA, for terrorist attacks in Northern Ireland and dislike the national anthem, according to a poll that reveals the prevalence of extremist views in Labour’s ranks.
Most of the 1,100 members surveyed by YouGov believe the antisemitism crisis that has ripped the party apart is mostly the fault of the media, or Jeremy Corbyn’s opponents.
Just 15% are “proud” of Britain’s history, with 43% saying they are “ashamed”. Only 29% believe in retaining the monarchy, while 62% say that Britain should become a republic.
One in five would be “happy” or “proud” to sing the national anthem while half would be bored, embarrassed or angry.