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Verbal battle over Credit Suisse escalates

Verbal battle over Credit Suisse escalates

The angry war of words between Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler and Opposition Leader Mia Mottley over the servicing of an approximately $88 million loan from Swiss bank Credit Suisse continues, with the latest salvo coming from Sinckler. At a Barbados Labour Party (BLP) meeting on June 28, Mottley claimed that Government had failed to […]

Lie, what lie?

Lie, what lie?

Not so fast, Mr. Minister! In a fiery retort, Opposition Leader Mia Mottley has challenged Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler to stop “hiding behind allegations…

Follow our past leaders, says MP

Barbadians have been told they should never forget “the numerous strides” and the “outstanding contribution” that their forefathers made to the development of the country.…

Another lie

Another lie

Government today dismissed as a “horrible untruth”,  an allegation by Opposition leader Mia Mottley that the country had defaulted on a multi-million dollar loan from…

Watershed

Watershed

Government has introduced a resolution in the House of Assembly aimed at raising the profile of the anniversary date of the start of the 1937…

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No snap elections

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has sought to dismiss Opposition speculation that Barbadians could be going to the polls,…

Stuart vows to protect country’s interest

Stuart vows to protect country’s interest

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart today reiterated plans to take action if Barbados is hit by prolonged industrial action.…

Government urged to pay attention

Government urged to pay attention

Contending that the dispute between the Barbados Investment and Development Corporation (BIDC) and the National Union of Public…

A sorry state, says Dr Agard

The opposition spokesman on health has called for the Psychiatric Hospital to be condemned and reconstructed. However, Shadow…

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