The Church and the Bank of England apologized for links to slavery some of its representatives in the past. About it reports The Telegraph.
So, in the Bank of England, responsible for managing the monetary policy of the country, recognized the “unacceptable part of the history of” trading things in the XVIII and XIX century produced by slaves. The management also promised that the Bank will no longer use images of ex-managers who used slave labor.
The state of the Christian Church of England acknowledged that the possession of some of her bishops and priests of the plantations which used slaves as a source of shame.
On 12 June the Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison apologized for his words about the fact that Australia was not slavery, after his comments sparked outrage and accusations that it ignores the history of forced labor in the country.
In January it was reported that the British counties archbishops of Canterbury and York issued a public apology for previously released guidance, in which sex is considered appropriate only for men and women, lawfully wedded.
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