Four deny damaging statue of slave trader Edward Colston

Legal firm vows to fight charges ‘vigorously’

3/2/2021 7:41:00 PM

Four deny damaging statue of slave trader Edward Colston

Legal firm vows to fight charges ‘vigorously’

ReutersUK news in pictures5 February 2021Research centre assistant Layla Hillsden with a rare copy of the 1647 Beaumont and Fletcher folio, an anthology of plays by John Fletcher and William Beaumont, from the personal library of King Charles II that has recently been acquired by Special Collections at the University of Leeds

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Well they would wouldn’t they, lock them up send the right message.