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Portraits of former governors linked to slavery to be removed by Bank of England

Portraits of former governors linked to slavery to be removed by Bank of England

In a change which has been seen worldwide since the death of George Floyd in USA, the Bank of England joins the list of institutions in England to apologize for historic ties to slavery. The bank is set to remove portraits of any former governors to have been linked to slavery.

Sandra
Sandra
Timothy
Timothy 2 months

I don’t advocate this but- Prophet Muhammad had at least one slave. Does that mean we should deplatform him and the religion resultant from his belief? Reduce the houses built to worship him to rubble?

atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 2 months

Once all the monuments of evil are eradicated, then we burn every book that mentioned them, and then we cauterize anyone's brain that *might* remember them. Good plan, who is with me comrades?

The Right Perspective
The Right Perspective 2 months

How about an apology for excessive bank fees, unreasonable interest rates and predatory loans.

jean Claude
jean Claude 2 months

Pathetic! Woke idiots

Craig
Craig 2 months

For all the families being wiped out daily in many war torn countries in africa where the masses earn less than a dollar a day. The rulers live in palaces and fly around the world and ride in limousines. The same people arguing for freedom will gladly sit back as these people they call brothers and sisters are starved, beaten and murdered daily. Are the Black Lives Matter movement camped outside these embassies around the world complaining? Nope

Correspondent in Virginia
Correspondent in Virginia 2 months

If you erase history, you lose the ability to see the progress.

Seekster
Seekster 2 months

How will that actually help black people?

Independent
Independent 2 months

In Africa do they take down slave owners portraits?

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