London, UK – In a bold move to show solidarity with anti-monarchist activists, the UK Labour Party has announced a new policy to rename every “King Street” in Britain to “Not My King Street”.

“King Street is a symbol of monarchy and inherited privilege,” said Labour leader Keir Starmer in a press conference. “It’s time to show that the people of Britain reject this outdated institution and embrace a more egalitarian society.”

According to the new policy, every street named “King Street” – and there are dozens of them across the country – will be renamed to “Not My King Street” within the first year of a Labour government.

The plan has already sparked controversy, with some accusing Labour of pandering to extreme left-wing elements.

“This is just another example of the Labour Party’s descent into radicalism,” said Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg. “They want to erase our history and traditions in the name of political correctness. But the British people won’t stand for it.”

Others have pointed out the logistical challenges of renaming so many streets, as well as the potential confusion it could cause for residents, businesses, and emergency services.

“I don’t know how they expect us to keep up with all these name changes,” said local councillor Jane Smith. “It’s just going to cause unnecessary confusion and expense.”

Despite the criticism, Labour remains committed to its new policy.

“We understand that change can be difficult,” said Starmer. “But sometimes, we have to take bold steps to create a better future. And that’s exactly what we’re doing with Not My King Street.”