BBC historian suggests the British Museum should have a 'Supermarket Sweep' where every country has two minutes to take back their artifacts


The British Museum should have a ‘Supermarket Sweep’ where countries have two minutes to take back their artifacts, a BBC historian has suggested.


David Olusoga said there was a ‘moral imperative’ for relics to be returned and that it could help our relationship with the Commonwealth after Brexit.

David Olusoga称我们有道德使命归还这些遗产,脱欧后有助于我们同英联邦国家的关系。

Born in Nigeria, he said he felt strongly that the Benin Bronzes should be given back to the country of his heritage after they were seized in ‘violent raids’ in the late 19th century.