There was no slavery in Britain.
Slavery occurred in the empire outside of Britain.
Britain was the most dominant between 1640 and 1807 when the British slave trade was abolished. It is estimated that Britain transported 3.1 million Africans (of whom 2.7 million arrived) to the British colonies in the Caribbean, North and South America and to other countries.
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your posts are chock full of inaccuracies.
You claimed slavery occurred in Britain itself.
That was wrong.
This started out with me repeating a theory about why an industrial revolution failed to happen in the classical world.
You then resorted asylum so often do to Anglophobia.
I get it, because of the British Empire I'm a disgusting piece of **** who shouldn't be allowed to have an opinion.
Why don't you phone some of your pals in the military occupation. I'm sure they could organise a Harry Dunn type 'accident.'
America is the most Anglophobic place I have ever been to.
We do not have troops occupying your country, killing your citizens and fleeing justice.
I don't want anything to do with Ulster, you're welcome to it.
Are you sure you want to know what British (Whatever that means) People - Think about 'Americans'?
You brought it up.