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Could it be a ploy?

Could it be a ploy?

Two leading political scientists are questioning the timing of Prime Minister Freundel Stuart’s announcement that he intends to complete the process of decolonization with the establishment of a republican form of government “in the very near future”. Such a move, which would essentially remove the Queen as this island’s head of state, replacing her with […]

PM: Barbados to become a republic

PM: Barbados to become a republic

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart wants his legacy to be that of leading Barbados to a republican form of government to "complete the process of decolonization".…

Labour minister blasted for handling of Employment Rights Tribunal

A total disgrace! That’s how St George South MP Dwight Sutherland has described Minister of Labour Dr Esther Byer’s handling of the Employment Rights Tribunal.…

Not true!

St Michael South East MP Santia Bradshaw charged yesterday that her constituents who are anxious to own their National Housing Corporation (NHC) units have been…

Sutherland: Government mismanaging NIS funds

Opposition spokesman on Labour Dwight Sutherland has blasted Government’s use of funds from the National Insurance Scheme (NIS). He charged that the Freundel Stuart administration’s…

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Cash flow problems to continue

Barbadians are being advised that Government’s cash flow problems will likely continue into the next financial year. That…

I’m not dying, says MP Agard

I’m not dying, says MP Agard

Maria Agard turned a Barbados Labour Party branch meeting yesterday almost into a meet-and-greet session, declaring herself fit,…

Face the music, minister

Opposition MP Dwight Sutherland has laid the blame for the recent system failure at the National Insurance Scheme…

Too much power

A new piece of legislation came under heavy criticism from an Opposition Senator who suggested it was giving the…

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