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David Cameron condemned the slave trade and announced a £360 million financial package when he addressed the Jamaican parliament.
Slavery was and is abhorrent in all its forms. It has no place whatsoever in any civilised society, and Britain is proud to have eventually led the way in its abolition.
He added he hoped Britain and the Caribbean could "move on from this painful legal and continue to build for the future".
During the visit to Jamaica, David Cameron has come under pressure to make financial amends for Britain's role in slavery but he has ruled out making reparations.
MP Mike Henry was absent from the address. He had previously declared to a local newspaper if reparation was not on the agenda he would not be attending.
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Rescuers have called off a search for a prominent New York couple whose private plane plunged into Caribbean waters near Jamaica on Friday.
US Coast Guard Captain Todd Coggeshall told the Associated Press that a "maximum number of assets, resources and crew effort" had been mobilised, but the plane wreckage was still not found.
Laurence and Jane Glazer, a property developer and entrepreneur respectively, left on a 1,700-mile (2,700 km) journey in their single-engine plane on Friday.
The aircraft ran out of fuel and fell into the sea some 14 miles off Port Antonio on Jamaica's north-east coast. Both were experienced pilots.