I have to say I hope so. For years I recommended his books to A Level students, and his TV programmes. When my daughter became interested in the Tudor period, guess whose books I bought her... But this, the latest questionable statement he has made, goes too far. At 75 he probably doesn't much care, but it's time for Cambridge University and the history 'world' to say goodbye to him. Perhaps he can find a desert island to share with Katie Hopkins? https://www.theguardian.com/culture...riticised-for-saying-slavery-was-not-genocide David Starkey widely criticised for 'slavery was not genocide' remarks Sajid Javid leads condemnation of historian’s ‘so many damn blacks in Africa’ comments https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...genocide-damn-blacks-live-Africa-Britain.html Historian David Starkey faces losing his University of Cambridge fellowship after outrage over his claims that 'slavery was not genocide' because 'so many damn blacks live in Africa and Britain' Starkey said 'slavery was not genocide' in controversial remarks given Tuesday Historian called Black Lives Matter 'entirely a product of white colonisation' He made his comments in an interview with BeLeave founder Darren Grimes Fitzwilliam College said the matter of Starkey's fellowship 'will be considered'