THE timing could hardly be worse.
Britain is welcoming athletes from across the world, including many from our former colonies, for the imminent Olympics. At the same time an embarrassing trial has started in London. In it three Kenyans are claiming they were tortured by the British colonial authorities during the protracted 1950s Mau Mau uprising. This could be a most shaming case.
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