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British Prime Minister Theresa May apologised to representatives from 12 Caribbean countries over recent harsh treatment of people who came to the United Kingdom as children following World War Two.

The Windrush generation, whose parents were invited to Britain to plug labor shortfalls between 1948 and 1971, have been caught up in a tightening of immigration rules overseen by May in 2012 when she was interior minister. The British Prime Minister was meeting with leaders and diplomats from the Caribbean countries, who were in London for a summit of Commonwealth heads of government.

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