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Hurricane Irma: UK's aid budget cannot be spent on overseas territories

BBC News Wednesday, 13 September 2017 ()
Hurricane Irma: UK's aid budget cannot be spent on overseas territoriesBritain's Caribbean islands are too rich to qualify for development resources, the BBC has learned.
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News video: Boris Johnson vows long-term UK support for overseas territories hit by Irma

Boris Johnson vows long-term UK support for overseas territories hit by Irma 01:04

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson pledges long-term support to the British territories in the Caribbean hit by Hurricane Irma. No reporter narration.

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