Britain is back in the Caribbean!

That’s the word this afternoon, from Prime Minister of the UK, David Cameron.

This, as he announced the launch of a Caribbean Partnership Fund, valued at 3-hundred-million pounds sterling, for what he says is a down-payment of his commitment to the region.

The Prime Minister was speaking with journalists today, after laying a wreath a Heroes circle, in honor of Jamaican soldiers who fought in World Wars one and two.

Cameron says his visit to Jamaica along with the announced investment in the region should signal that Britain is back!

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He says unlike other countries, the projects that he announced, have no strings to them.

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He says after today, there should be no doubt about Britain’s interest in Jamaica and the rest of the Caribbean.

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But even as the reparations debate hangs high, the Prime Minister has asked the country to moved on, from he described as the uncivilized and abhorrent dark times of the Atlantic slave trade.

This, as he resisted calls to apologize and announce plans for reparations.

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