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UK And France Step-Up Hurricane Irma Relief After Criticism From Tourists and Residents  The UK and France are sending in more help to their impacted islands. Pictured is a tilted speed limit sign and a power line that snapped in half lays on a building after the passage of Hurricane Irma in Charlotte Amalie St. Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands September 10 2017. Ricardo Arduengo / Associated Press  Skift Take: The UK and France are snapping into action and sending aid to their overseas…

UK And France Step-Up Hurricane Irma Relief After Criticism From Tourists and Residents The UK and France are sending in more help to their impacted islands. Pictured is a tilted speed limit sign and a power line that snapped in half lays on a building after the passage of Hurricane Irma in Charlotte Amalie St. Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands September 10 2017. Ricardo Arduengo / Associated Press Skift Take: The UK and France are snapping into action and sending aid to their overseas…

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