Crown Colony

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a British colony controlled by the British Crown, represented by a governor

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The British Overseas Territories in the Caribbean region include Anguilla, Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Montserrat and the Turks and Caicos Islands.
UK military personnel assisting British overseas territories ravaged by Hurricane Irma have revealed how affected residents on Grand Turk island are "really appreciative" of the help.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has urged Mr Cameron to join other EU states to impose sanctions against British overseas territories and crown dependencies that continue to act as tax havens for the wealthy.
It's one of the many British Overseas Territories from our colonial past that we the taxpayer still fund.
He also told MPs that Buenos Aires would not recognise the result of a referendum next month on whether they wished to remain part of the British overseas territories.
Along with simple bonfire beacons, they will be dotted around the UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and British overseas territories.
However, senior royals will visit each of her 15 overseas realms where she is head of state - as well as major Commonwealth nations and other destinations with close links to the UK, including Crown Dependencies and British Overseas Territories, the Daily Express reported.
Julietta Edgar, Royal Mail head of special stamps, said: "I'm delighted that this rarely seen work of art will be viewed by people again on millions of letters every dayA SET of three different stamps marking the 200th anniversary of Trafalgar will also go on sale today in eight countries and British overseas territories
Downing Street has made clear that Prime Minister Theresa May is "frustrated" with rules set by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development which are stopping aid money being used for disaster relief in the British overseas territories hit by the devastating storm.
It is only right that we provide aid and assistance for our fellow British Overseas Territories in this time of urgent need.
There are several reasons why inmates can be transferred from British Overseas Territories or to the UK under the law - including for their own safety or that of others.
The committee has previously backed Argentinian calls for negotiations over sovereignty, but the Foreign Office in London yesterday insisted that body "no longer has a relevant role to play" with respect to British overseas territories, arguing that it was "insulting" to describe their relationship with the UK as colonial.
Theresa May announced that PS32m has now been released to assist the relief effort, up from PS12m, after devastation was unleashed on British overseas territories.
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