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      The British Virgin Islands       OnePaper Community Edition       November 21st, 2018      
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British Citizenship
   In a poll conducted on this website about whether or not British citizenship offered better opportunities to B.V.Islanders,
  62% said yes
  30% said no
  8% not sure
  These answers were provided by the FCO.What does British Citizenship mean for The Overseas Territories Citizen?
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Kids and the Sea in the BVI
   From St. John, St. Croix to THE BVI, Tom Gerker has spent half a lifetime, teaching kids to swim, and not to fear the sea
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Amnesty International's Human Rights Declaration
  
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Choices for Caribbean PeoplesDr. K. Dwight Venner
   Dr. Dwight Venner Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank addressed Graduates of the H.Lavity Stoutt Community College in the BVI
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King
  
Jam
  
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Miss BVI 2001
   Anestasia Tonge
......and more fun
   Lord Landcrab 'the baddest white calypsonian on the planet'singing 'Let's forget the hate and celebrate'
Festival fun
   The 2001 Calypso finals.Picture shows Martino Mark singing 'Once upon a time' which speaks about the traditions of the good old days.
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Festiival village opens
   Festival Village, named the Ivy O'Neal Viiage opened to gaiety, music ,lots of food fun and entertainment.The picture is a bit large and takes alittle while to download, but it will be worth it, if you want a good idea of what went on.
A final Court for the Caribbean?
   The Chief Justice His Lordship Sir Dennis Byron KCMG addresses the issue of the Caribbean moving away from the Pri vy Council as the final Court of Appeal
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