Hundreds of Jamaicans were among those to arrive on the Empire Windrush 70 years ago. But while the political controversy over the Windrush generation has raged, the Caribbean island is at the heart of another storm about the way cultural exports are treated by Britain and the rest of the world.
From music to food, Jamaica’s influence is remarkably far-reaching. But are other countries reaping the economic benefit? Symeon Brown reports from Jamaica.