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Cayman Islands premier says he will not step down

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KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — The leader of the Cayman Islands government on Thursday rejected calls to resign over his arrest on suspicion of corruption, calling the investigation a plot by political enemies who are trying to weaken him and smear his reputation. Premier McKeeva Bush shrugged off the allegations during a visit to Jamaica's capital on Thursday, two days after he was arrested by the...

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