The Queen will be evacuated to Framlingham Castle if Brexit goes bad

By Jane Seymour, Royal Editor

The Queen will be evacuated to the safety of Framlingham Castle in Suffolk if rioting breaks out after Brexit, we can reveal.

Her Majesty will be safe within the confines of the castle, which she was given on the occasion of her 90th birthday.

If protesters take to the streets, she will be airlifted by helicopter from Buckingham Palace or Windsor, and dropped off at Framlingham Castle, which was the subject of local lad Ed Sheeran’s famous Castle on The Hill song.

The astonishing plans were leaked to the Suffolk Gazette as it was revealed Britain had re-engaged Cold War evacuation planning because of Brexit.

Framlingham Castle

Evacuation planner Lorraine Fisher, 34, said: “We have plans to protect all important figures like the Queen. She owns Framlingham Castle, which is seen as a safe haven because it is in sleepy rural Suffolk.

“She will remain within the safe confines of the castle walls until everyone stops rioting.”

Local Royal watcher Roy Everett said he was looking forward to welcoming the Queen.

“She will be made to feel safe here in Suffolk. There won’t be much rioting going on around these parts.”

The Suffolk Gazette scooped all the national press three years ago when we revealed Her Majesty had been given Framlingham Castle for a 90th birthday present by a grateful nation.

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