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Is Cambridge university ashamed of Winston Churchill?

26 October 2021

5:00 PM

26 October 2021

5:00 PM

When I first started at Churchill College, Cambridge, I was proud that I had joined an institution whose very existence was a testament to the legacy of a personal and national hero. As I walked around the college grounds, I felt that I was now part of a community that was much bigger than myself; a community partly defined by the life and times of our country’s greatest leader.

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