Boris Johnson is travelling to the Caribbean to visit British Overseas Territories battered by Irma, amid criticism that the Government's response to the devastating hurricane was slow.
Foreign secretary to visit British territories devastated by Hurricane Irma with government under fire over aid effort
Boris Johnson vows military presence 'ratcheting up' to help those affected on his way to Hurricane Irma-ravaged Caribbean
Boris Johnson vowed the British military presence in the Caribbean is "ratcheting up" as more troops are shipped out to help communities devastated by Hurricane Irma.
Description; French aid workers hand out water on the island of Saint Martin
Boris Johnson is to fly to the Caribbean to see firsthand the destruction Hurricane Irma wrought, after the Government was widely condemned for failing to help British citizens and territories.
The foreign secretary is due to visit the British Virgin Islands and Anguilla following Hurricane Irma.
Boris Johnson will travel to the Caribbean in order to visit British territories impacted by Hurricane Irma.
Boris Johnson will head to British territories in the Caribbean left devastated in the wake of Hurricane Irma.