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BLP quandary

BLP quandary

A heightened sense of apathy appears to be pervading the constituency of St James Central, currently represented by Kerrie Symmonds of the Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP), who won the seat in the 2013 general election by 2211 votes to 1990 for George Hutson of the governing Democratic Labour Party (DLP). As Barbados TODAY continued […]

Solutions Barbados names nine candidates

Solutions Barbados names nine candidates

A juice maker, a hairdresser, a building contractor and the owner of a photography business are among nine “quality” candidates announced today by the Grenville…

Few tears for dumped DLP candidates

Few tears for dumped DLP candidates

A leading political scientist is describing the replacement of three St Michael constituency candidates for the ruling Democratic Labour Party (DLP) as no surprise, while…

St Andrew sings Payne’s praises

St Andrew sings Payne’s praises

The threshold for “Payne” appears to be extremely high in St Andrew, where Member of Parliament George Payne continues to enjoy the support of his…

Dees makeover

Dees makeover

The ruling Democratic Labour Party (DLP) is having a makeover of sorts as it prepares for general elections due next year, replacing three losing candidates…





Thorne tears into Lashley over stadium

Thorne tears into Lashley over stadium

Barbados Labour Party (BLP) candidate for Christ Church South and attorney-at-law Ralph Thorne, QC, Wednesday urged Barbadians to dismiss…

Rubbish!

Rubbish!

The comfortable majority which Dr Denis Lowe enjoyed in Christ Church East in the 2013 general election is…

Dems declare ‘war of facts’ on BLP

Dems declare ‘war of facts’ on BLP

The battle for the hearts and votes of Barbadians has taken an unusual and aggressive twist, with the…

Woeful St John

Woeful St John

The constituency of St John has unquestionably been Democratic Labour Party (DLP) “country” for over 50 years. Going…

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