This is a Statue of the Black prince Edward of Woodstock that stands in Leeds.
He is considered a great historical hero of the English and an Exemplar for Knightly conduct. He was kind to both his charges and his compatriots.
He also actively massacred an entire town in a bloody orgy of violence because the Bishop, a close personal friend, surrendered it to the french.
Should his statue be torn down because a few French people, who have zero real connection to the cultual impact of the statue, complain about it?
The Answer is no, and tearing down statues is a tactic of socialists to erase the connection people have with their history.