Only a day after UK Prime Minister Theresa May met with Commonwealth leaders to declare the UK a global actor “open for business” in the post-Brexit era she found herself having to publicly apologise to the leaders of Caribbean States for the treatment of the “Windrush Generation” of postwar migrants.
The Windrush was the name of a boat that transported more than half a million Caribbean migrants to the UK in the 1950s to rebuild postwar Britain's devastated infrastructure.
While serving as Ho...

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