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Church of England and Bank of England apologise for historic slavery links

The Church of England and the Bank of England have both apologised for links to slavery hundreds of years ago. The Bank described the trade as ‘an unacceptable part of English history’ – Telegraph

UK abandons contact-tracing app for Apple and Google model – Guardian

She couldn’t read music, snobs sneered at her… but she won the battle for the nation’s hearts: Dame Vera Lynn dies aged 103 – Mail

Swing no: England fans could be told to drop rugby anthem – Times

Two in five UK adults feel lonelier under lockdown – Guardian

Dysfunctional ‘toxic culture’ led to Labour defeat, major report finds – Guardian


The threat has passed, so why are our civil liberties still suspended? – Fraser Nelson, Telegraph

Hapless and app-less… but Matt Hancock still tried to put a positive spin on this shambles – Michael Deacon, Telegraph

This cowardly surrender by Oxford University is a wilful vandalism of history – Daniel Hannan, Mail

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