There is an old saying that you wait ages for a London bus and then two — or even three — come along at once. It is not an expression, as far as I am aware, that has ever been applied to policy statements affecting U.K.-Caribbean relations.

However, in the space of just 14 days four documents have appeared that will, in one or another way, guide future relations between a stand-alone Britain and the Anglophone Caribbean.    Continue reading