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Prince William addresses ‘odious’ slave trade

PRINCE William has expressed his ‘deep sadness’ over the ‘heinous’ issue of slavery during a historic speech in Jamaica.

The Duke of Cambridge, 39, has addressed politicians amid continuing unrest across the country following demands from the Royal Family to apologize and pay billions of pounds in reparations.

He told the black-tie banquet guests “this should never have happened” before reiterating the words of his father, Prince Charles.

The Duke echoed the words of the Prince of Wales during his speech, who called the slave trade a “stain on our history” four months ago when Caribbean neighbors Barbados declared themselves a republic.

William also hailed the ‘spirit’ of the Windrush generation who came from Jamaica and settled in Britain after the war.

William said last night: “Birthdays are also a time for reflection, particularly this week with the International Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade.

“I wholeheartedly agree with my father, the Prince of Wales, who said in Barbados last year that the appalling atrocity of slavery forever stains our history.

“I want to express my deep sadness. Slavery was heinous. And it should never have happened.

“While the pain is deep, Jamaica continues to forge its future with determination, courage and courage,” he continued.

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