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Why I believe Prince William got it badly wrong about racism in Britain writes ESTHER KRAKUE

The Duke of Cambridge has always been one of the more likeable and grounded members of the Royal Family. So I can understand why, now that he is 40, he increasingly feels the need to speak out on subjects that matter to him, rather than simply cutting ribbons, murmuring platitudes and smiling for the cameras.

But this week, William made an outspoken departure from the usual royal script, launching into sweeping statements about race relations. And I believe this was a misjudgment.

As he unveiled a monument at Waterloo Station in London to celebrate the Windrush generation — Caribbean migrants who arrived in Britain mainly in the 1950s and 1960s — William referenced the scandal that also took the name of the famous boat that carried the first load of migrants to these shores.

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