Britain's PM apologises to Caribbean leaders for Windrush controversy

British Prime Minister Theresa May has apologised to Caribbean leaders over the Windrush generation controversy, at a Downing Street meeting.

She said she was "genuinely sorry" about the anxiety caused by the Home Office threatening the children of Commonwealth citizens with deportation.

The UK government "valued" the contribution they had made, she said, and they had a right to stay in the UK.

It comes amid reports some are still facing deportation.

PM sends condolences to British people over terror attack

Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley has offered condolences to the people of Great Britain in light of the terrorist attack in Westminster on Wednesday.

A statement from his office says a letter was dispatched to the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Theresa May, from Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday, Wednesday 22nd March, 2017.