TERRY PRONE: Calls to pull down ‘offensive’ statues should be met with stony silence

Ironically, Robert E. Lee would have been against sculptures of himself in full military gear, writes Terry Prone

The removal of Confederate statues in the American South is paralleled here by calls to rename streets that date to British colonialism

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