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‘No crisis here’: Dr Keith Rowley

Prime Minister Dr Keith has questioned the response and position taken by British High Commissioner Tim Stew to the Government’s complaint about the BBC. “That is not the response we want from him,” the prime minister said, in a Facebook post yesterday.

In his post, the prime minister published the statement from Stew, in which he said: “The Government (of T&T) have brought to my attention a BBC docu­mentary on Vene­zuelan ­migrants.

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