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British Museum: We do not intend to remove controversial objects

The British Museum says that it has “no intention of removing controversial objects from display” – after it received a warning letter from the Government over the issue. go to Article >

British Museum says it does not intend remove controversial objects from display after Government warning

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The British Museum says that it has "no intention of removing controversial objects from display" after it received a warning letter from the Government over the issue. read more

British Museum 'won't remove controversial objects' from display

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Cultural institutions received a letter from the government warning them not to remove artefacts. read more

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