Queen Missed Chance to Condemn Racism say Equality Campaigners

The Queen missed a crucial opportunity to publicly acknowledge and condemn racism
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The Queen missed a crucial opportunity to publicly acknowledge and condemn racism in her response to the allegations made by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, equality campaigners have said.

Casting the issue as a “private” family matter meant there was “no public accountability” from a public institution and the head of state and Commonwealth, they said.

In a 61-word statement intended to draw a line under the controversy, the Queen acknowledged that the issues raised by Harry and Meghan, regarding race in particular, were “concerning”.

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