BARBADOS TODAY MORNING UPDATE – APRIL 2, 2015

Lawyers for embattled former CLICO chairman Leroy Parris file constitutional motion in High Court against the Attorney General asking for damages.
A major investor in the failed Barbados-based Redjet pours scorn on a proposed locally-owned air carrier.
The National Union of Public Workers elects a new president to replace Walter Maloney…and more.

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