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Global protests sparked by the killing of George Floyd are pushing the U.K. to acknowledge past links to slavery and racism.

The Bank of England apologized for the involvement of some of its former governors and directors in the slave trade and is reviewing its portraits to ensure that images of those involved do not remain on display in the central bank.

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