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House not dragging feet on alleged gun incident

The Parliamentary committee mandated to investigate an alleged altercation between two sitting Members of Parliament is not dragging its feet on probing the matter.

BLP recovery plan reckless and dangerous

Government has trashed the Opposition Barbados Labour Party’s proposed economic recovery programme

Criticisms of summer camp unnecessary

Opposition criticisms of Government’s National Summer Camp Programme are baseless and unwarranted.

Minister Lashley lauds programme

Government has spent more than $15.6 million on its National Summer Camp Programme in the last three years, an “extremely successful” venture that will continue despite Opposition criticisms.

Camp clash

Mottley and Blackett butt heads in parliament

One hot house

It was hot in the House today. Tempers flared, voices were raised, one Opposition member had his contribution cut short

Trouble in the camp

The Opposition Barbados Labour Party has “serious problems” with Government’s National Summer Camp Programme.

Repaying the party

Harry Husbands determined to return St. James North seat to DLP


Sealy blasts opposition for BLP’s senseless rule

‘Over for Arthur’

Opposition Leader Owen Arthur’s days as St. Peter MP are numbered.

Inniss calls for more fervour

The governing Democratic Labour Party needs to be inspired by last week’s United States presidential election

Mottley: Island strapped for cash

St. Michael North East MP, Mia Mottley, argues that Barbados is assets rich, but cash poor. She offered the characterisation on Saturday afternoon while speaking at the First People’s Forum on “Privatisation: The Barbados Model”. The former Deputy Prime Minister asked her audience: “Where are we as a country and can we afford the Government […]

Issue greater than ownership

Accountant David Simpson believes that on the issue of privatisation there has been a lot of concern about a country retaining a national say in entities that were previously government owned. Simpson expressed this view on Saturday night while speaking at the First People’s Forum on Privatisation: The Barbados Model at the Springer Memorial School, […]

Calamity in the making

Arthur: Bim’s public finances in danger

Let Gov’t foot bill

New party wants public purse to fund elections

PM salutes Obama

Looking forward to continued synergy

DLP targets St. Peter for 'walk through'

Members of the ruling Democratic Labour Party will take their fight to the heart of Opposition Leader Owen Arthur’s power base tomorrow. It will take the form of “a mass canvass and walk through of the St. Peter Constituency with the DLP candidate Senator Haynesley Benn, starting at 9 a.m. Persons taking part will meet […]

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