How Britain buried the brutality of its colonial past

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by Maya Goodfellow Follow @Mayagoodfellow
A statue of Sir Charles Napier stands in Trafalgar Square. Napier looks out over one of London’s most famous tourist sites and is, quite benignly, described as a ‘General’.

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