Former Prime Minister of Jamaica, PJ Patterson has penned an open letter to UK Prime Minister, David Cameron, on the now controversial issues of Reparations and the Prisoner Transfer Agreement.

The strongly worded letter makes it clear to the British Premier that the good behavior of the Jamaican Parliamentarians during his address to the special joint sitting of the Houses must not be mistaken for agreement with his posture. He demanded Britain apologize for Slavery and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, saying Jamaica and the region will not move on without an apology.

Full text of PJ Patterson’s the letter:

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