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Brexit will be painful for us – Wickham

Brexit will be painful for us – Wickham

A self-inflicted wound of political and economic proportions that will impact the Caribbean. This is how political scientist Peter Wickham is describing yesterday’s vote by Britons to leave the European Union. Wickham pointed to the immediate reaction from global markets to news of the ‘Brexit’ vote, with the drop in value of the sterling and […]

BLP stepping up campaign against Govt

BLP stepping up campaign against Govt

The Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) tomorrow night launches the first in a series of planned “parish consultations” at the Christ Church Foundation School. Beginning…

No third term!

No third term!

St George South MP Dwight Sutherland Tuesday accused the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) administration of creating “mayhem and chaos” in the public service by appointing its…

Stuart confident of third term

Stuart confident of third term

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart says the signs of a national economic recovery are there, Barbadians are feeling the benefits, and he is confident of his…

Beckles declares his political hand

Beckles declares his political hand

It has recently been rumoured that he has designs on the Prime Minister’s seat. And today trade unionist Asokore Beckles officially confirmed in an interview…



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An election dry run for Barbados?

An election dry run for Barbados?

In the lively discussion in Barbados concerning the recent St Lucia general election, especially the brief but controversial…

Political scientists Wickham and Joseph in bitter row

Political scientists Wickham and Joseph in bitter row

An acrimonious quarrel which erupted between two regional political scientists ahead of Monday’s general election in St Lucia…

Sir Roy ‘embarrassed’ by Govt’s treatment of UCAL

Sir Roy ‘embarrassed’ by Govt’s treatment of UCAL

Retired trade unionist Sir Roy Trotman said he was “disappointed and embarrassed beyond words” by the Freundel Stuart…

Henry defends Bajans’ role in St Lucia election

Henry defends Bajans’ role in St Lucia election

Political consultant Hartley Henry has defended the involvement of Barbadian experts in the recent general election campaign in…

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