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‘We’re in trouble’

‘We’re in trouble’

Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur says by any measurement today’s Social Partnership consultation on the economy was an abysmal failure for the simple fact that no common ground was achieved on the vexing issue of the National Social Responsibility Levy (NSRL) or the way forward for the economy generally. Back in May, Minister of Finance […]

CCJ throws out appeal by retired top cop

CCJ throws out appeal by retired top cop

The Trinidad-based Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) has dismissed a case brought by former Commissioner of Police Darwin Dottin, challenging his removal from the post…

Don’t go there ‘Johnny’, warns ex Prime Minister

Don’t go there ‘Johnny’, warns ex Prime Minister

Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur has hit back forcefully at Barbados Labour Party (BLP) stalwart Sir Richard ‘Johnny’ Cheltenham for suggesting that the Opposition was…

Case against Bishop dismissed

Case against Bishop dismissed

The leader of the Roman Catholic Church in Barbados, Bishop Jason Gordon, no longer has an assault charge hanging over his head. Magistrate Kristie Cuffy-Sargeant…

Arthur/Mottley ‘feud’ concerns Sir Richard

Arthur/Mottley ‘feud’ concerns Sir Richard

The Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) is more united today than it was two years ago. This assurance from BLP stalwart Sir Richard Cheltenham, with…

Blame Stuart!

Blame Stuart!

An Opposition Barbados Labour Party (BLP) stalwart has defended this country’s trade unions and the current leadership of…

Stop the theatrics!

Stop the theatrics!

Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur Wednesday called for cooler heads to prevail in the local trade union movement,…

Let us help, says IMF

Let us help, says IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said today it was ready and willing to come to Barbados’ rescue, while…

Double recall

Double recall

Former Prime Minister Owen Arthur is not the only one who seems to think that Minister of Finance…

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