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PM Hits Back At UK MP Who Raised Stranded Nationals’ Plight

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(Trinidad Guardian) Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley last night hit back at the British MP who raised the plight of Trinidad and Tobago nationals stranded in the UK due to the closure of T&T borders since March.

Speaking at a People’s National Movement post-Budget meeting in Belmont, Rowley described Steven Baker, the Conservative representative for Wycomb, as an “itinerant UK MP” that the United National Congress had found to raise the issue in the UK Parliament.

Rowley said he had expressed his concern about the matter when he met with the newly-appointed British High Commission to T&T Harriet Cross on Tuesday.

Speaking in the UK Parliament on Tuesday, Baker appealed to the T&T Government to repatriate its citizens stranded in the UK.

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