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Solidarity with Jamaica to UK's “keep your prison, give us schools, give us infrastructure, not prisons”.
ireland / britain | imperialism / war | opinion / analysis Saturday October 17, 2015 05:53 by Fionnghuala Nic Roibeaird - WSM
In case you missed it, David Cameron does not believe that reparations or even apologies are the right approach when dealing with the legacy of the enslavement of the Jamaican people at the hands of British Imperialism.
Jamaica was under British rule from 1655, when they took the Caribbean island from the Spanish colonialists. Slavery was in place until 1833 when the British were forced to surrender to the will of the Maroons.