I had a moment of "my god, are they actually doing something sane", this was however quickly quashed.
'Traditionalist history teachers complained that the general tone of the guidance was anti-British.
The director of the traditionalist History Curriculum Association, Chris McGovern, said there was little about positive consequences of imperial rule.
"Instead pupils have to work out 'how the British profited from their Indian empire' and 'the relative importance of the various benefits Britain experienced as a result of their Indian empire'."'
Yes, we went in and "profited". This should of course be covered but I would be astonished if there was anything on the other side, the "positive consequences".
They should cover both the good and the bad, the building of infrastructure and the bloody destruction. Extremely partisan history does no favours to either side.
Libertarian meat eater, right wing in the sense of conservative with a small c.