Toppled statue of slaver Edward Colston to go on display in Bristol museum

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    The Edward Colston statue that was toppled in Bristol amid Black Lives Matter Protests last year will go on display at a museum next month.

    The exhibit will form part of a temporary display at the M Shed museum from June 4 with a survey, drafted by the We Are Bristol History Commission, being launched at the same time to canvass citizens’ views on the future of the statue.

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