Monthly Archives: October 2015

Canadian Elections – What I learnt

2015 has so far been a crazy year of major political elections across the globe. Some national results have led to stalemate (Turkey), chaos (Greece), upsets (Trinidad, UK), bloodshed (Burundi), and an unusual smooth change of government (Nigeria). MPs from … Continue reading

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No Mr D.C. – Fight for Slavery Reparations by the Caribbean Must Contiue

David Cameron’s recent visit to Jamaica raised the emotive topic of slavery reparations to levels I have never seen before. For many of us  – whose ancestors went throught slavery and British colonial rule until 1962 – reparations is long … Continue reading

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Cameron Chucks Jamaica a Jailhouse Tease

This week David Cameron left the UN and on his way home nipped into Kingston, Jamaica – for less than 24 hours – and just took the proverbial at the politicial class there. Just looking at Cameron’s body language you … Continue reading

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