Former Prime Minister, Edward Seaga, says it appears that British Prime Minister, David Cameron made a strategic decision to avoid apologizing for the impact of the slavery.

Mr. Seaga says the British leader was very careful with his words.

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Mr. Seaga was a guest at today’s special sitting of parliament.

He’s welcoming Cameron’s announcement of a £300-million Caribbean Partnership Fund.

But he does not believe that the sum can even begin to compensate the people of the Caribbean for the impact of slavery.

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Edward Seaga, former Prime Minister, speaking this afternoon with Nationwide News.

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