UK calls for urgent release of BVI corruption report after Premier arrested in Miami

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UK calls for urgent release of BVI corruption report after Premier arrested in Miami

The premier of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) was arrested on 28 April in a sting operation in Miami on charges of conspiring to import cocaine into the US and money laundering. The BVI governor, John Rankin, confirmed in a statement that Andrew Fahie had been arrested on Thursday morning, saying: "I realise this will be shocking news for people in the territory. And I would call for calm at this time." Oleanvine Maynard, the manager director of the Caribbean territory's port authority, and...

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