Lloyd’s Issues Apology for its Role in the Slave Trade

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Lloyd’s of London, the historic City insurance market, has apologised for its involvement in the slave trade in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Lloyd’s, which was founded in 1686, supported the trans-Atlantic slave trade by insuring its ships.

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“This was an appalling and shameful period of British history, as well as our own.”