Prince William: Windrush generation makes our culture richer

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Black men and women are still facing racism and discrimination in Britain and the nation would be poorer without the efforts of the Windrush generation, the Duke of Cambridge has said. William spoke as he and the Duchess of Cambridge attended the unveiling of a national monument at London’s Waterloo Station to celebrate the dreams and courage of the Windrush generation who came to help Britain rebuild after the Second World War. Report by Rhys Nelson.

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