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Lives can A statue of Winston Churchill , to protect in a museum, if the demonstrations continue, said his granddaughter.
Ms Soames said it was "extremely sad that my grandfather, who was a unifying figure in This Country , seems to discuss a type of Symbol is controversial. "
Ms Soames recognised her grandfather had often views "are right now, as not acceptable, but may not then".
But she added: "He was a strong, complex man, with infinitely more good than bad in the financial accounting of his life. "
you said if people are "so angry", by the sight of The Statue , it can be "safer" in a museum.
"But I think that Parliament Square would be a poorer place without him," she added.Last Weekend , The Statue of Winston Churchill , spray-painted with The Words "was a racist"
she argues that in India , Churchill is not shown, as a hero, citing his role in the 1943 Bengal famine, in which at least three million people are believed to have died.
"We can't try to edit or censor our past," he wrote moves to remove tributes of historical figures. "We can't pretend that a different story would have. "
Winston Churchill , who lived between 30 November 1874-24. January 1965, is often named among the UK's largest ever for people, but for some he remains a highly controversial image.
in Spite of his leading the country through the darkest hours of the second World War and as Prime Minister twice, critics point to his remarks, the wars on race, and some of his actions during the two world.
Churchill said that he did not admit wrong, to Native Americans or Aborigines as "a stronger race, a higher grade race, a more worldly wise race to put it like that, has come and taken its place".
His supporters argue that he can't keep by no means the only person to have these types of views during the period.
in addition, for the use of chemical weapons, "I'm poisoned, in favour of using gas against uncivilized tribes"
Another point of criticism is for his role in 1943 in which at least three million people are believed to have died after the allies stopped the forces and The Movement of food in the region inter alia by British India to run after the Japanese occupation of Burma.