‘The city needs to heal’: Cable readers on what should happen now, following the ‘Colston 4’ trial
The future of slave trader Edward Colston’s statue and the space it occupied are still contested in Bristol. We asked what should happen next.
Colston ‘heavily involved’ in Britain’s most prolific slave trading company, David Olusoga tells statue-toppling trial
The historian gave expert evidence as a witness for the defence in the trial of the so-called Colston 4.
Council failed to consider removing slaver’s statue despite ‘great concerns’, trial of Colston 4 hears
Trial day 2: The monument brought Bristol ‘face to face with painful, shameful aspects’ of its past, the court heard.
How do you feel about the not guilty verdict of the Colston 4?
We want to know what you think about the verdict in the landmark trial and what needs to happen next in the wider debate about statues and how we remember our past.