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Should the government apologise over slavery?
Slaves on a slave ship
Would an apology be enough?

Commemorations to mark the bicentenary of the end of the slave trade have brought renewed calls for the government to say sorry for Britain's part in the trade.

But can such an apology be meaningful?

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Tony Blair has expressed a 'deep sorrow' for Britain's part in the slave trade. Should he say sorry?
Yes
 12.87% 
No
 87.13% 
404 Votes Cast
Results are indicative and may not reflect public opinion

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