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    September 19

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Depeiza: No comparison between Mottley and Stuart

21 May 2018

An election like no other. That is how Verla Depeiza is describing this election season. And she says the issue of leadership is being placed under the microscope. Depeiza, an attorney-at-law and the Democratic Labour Party’s candidate for Christ Church West told... Read More


PM backs Sandiford-Garner to win

21 May 2018

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart believes the third time will be the charm for Irene Sandiford -Garner. The Prime Minister said Garner's opponent in St Andrew, in the May 24 General Election, George Payne, has a philosophy of vote for one and get one free, which should... Read More


We’ve heard your cries, says Abrahams

21 May 2018

The next BLP Government has heard you. That's the pledge made by BLP Christ Church East Candidate Attorney at Law Wilfred Abrahams who joined a chorus of speakers at Silver Sands playing field to get out and vote. Read More


Comissiong backs BLP

21 May 2018

David Comissiong has taken to the stage at the Barbados Labour Party's (BLP) Splash Rally in Silver Sands, Christ Church. And as the social activist and attorney-at-law endorsed Mia Mottley and the BLP, he has not pulled any punches. Read More


Santia Bradshaw on purpose, people and public service

21 May 2018

“At 16 I spoke on my first political platform and I told the crowd then, when I returned from studying overseas I would come back and represent St Michael South East. That’s exactly what I did after studying law.” For Santia Bradshaw representing St Michael South... Read More


BLP Splash rally kicks off

21 May 2018

The Barbados Labour Party (BLP) have kicked off their Splash Rally at Silver Sands, Christ Church. With the election season winding down, hundreds of BLP faithful have made their way down to the Christ Church East constituency for what is the penultimate national... Read More


Stuart touring The City

21 May 2018

PM Freundel Stuart is currently making a tour of the city with fellow DLP candidate Henderson Williams. The pair made a stop at a futsal tournament being held at the London Bourne hardcourts and are currently on their wait to Orleans to continue their tour. Read More


Sinckler extends sympathy, silence

21 May 2018

Chris Sinckler last night observed a moment of silence for the island's two latest road fatalities. Colin Dexter “Terry” Clarke, a 44-year-old worker of the Barbados Port Inc., of Chapman Street, St Michael, and 36-year-old gardener Jonah William, of Baird’s Road,... Read More


DLP out front, ready to win, says Sinckler

21 May 2018

The Democratic Labour Party (DLP) is out front in the race to the May 24 General Elections. Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler made this assertion while wrapping up a DLP meeting at Blades Hill, St Philip Sunday night. Comparing it to a horse race, he said the... Read More


Inniss lambastes BWU and NUPW

21 May 2018

Trade unions are not concerned about the workers. Rather, the leadership is focused on luxury vehicles and promises from within the Barbados Labour Party, charged Donville Inniss last night as he lambasted the Barbados Workers' Union and the National Union of Public... Read More


Lashley plans to develop St Philip

21 May 2018

Democratic Labour Party (DLP) candidate for St Philip North Michael Lashley vowed to his constituents that if elected, he would continue to develop the area and design special projects that would evenly distribute wealth, opportunities and privileges in society. Read More


BLP motorcade hits the road

21 May 2018

Despite persistent showers this morning, the Barbados Labour Party's motorcade has begun. With a fleet of vehicles and scores of supporters, Party leader and candidate for St Michael North East Mia Mottley and candidate for St Michael West Joe Atherley led the way... Read More


Time for a fresh breeze to blow

21 May 2018

Kerrie Symmonds said a new type of politician was now in power. People like Denis Kellman and Dr David Estwick who had business interests outside of their parliamentary duties, people who were allowed to continue doing so by a complicit, negligent and incompetent Prime... Read More


Weir: DLP " failure after failure after failure"

21 May 2018

Indar Weir says the people of St Philip need change. The penultimate speaker last night at St Patricks in support of fellow candidate John King that the voters should analyse what was presented by the two parties. "As the curtain closes on this 2018 campaign I want... Read More


Jobs for St Lucy

21 May 2018

"Love who love Lucy”. That was the plea from Opposition Leader Mia Mottley to the constituents of Crab Hill St Lucy and the surrounding areas during a Barbados Labour Party meeting at Crab Hill St Lucy last night. “Even when St Lucy wasn’t among the seats that... Read More


Atherley set to mop up mess

21 May 2018

Barbados Labour Party (BLP) candidate for St Michael West Joseph Atherley plans to mop up the mess he said his opponents in the Democratic Labour Party (DLP) created. On Sunday night at Bank Hall Main Road, Atherley was ushered to the political platform with several... Read More


Full nets for St Lucy folk

21 May 2018

It's time to cast your net on the other side of the boat so the catch will be abundant for your children. It will be a catch with university education, social justice, entrepreneurship, and job opportunity, former Government minister, Liz Thompson told a Barbados... Read More


No safe seats in Barbados

21 May 2018

Mia Mottley told St Philip West that no seats are safe. She told the crowd who surged to the front of the stage as she started to speak that she isn't taking anything for granted: "I have people telling me that my seat is safe. That isn't true. There are no safe seats... Read More


King takes Estwick to task

21 May 2018

St Philip West BLP candidate, John King, launched a blistering attack on David Estwick. Calling him a bumbling buffoon, an egotistical maniac and a poodle, he said the only thing Estwick has done since 2003 was build Hoodies and take jobs from people in the area.... Read More


Lashley: BLP manifesto will lead to massive layoffs

21 May 2018

Minister of Culture Stephen Lashley claims the Barbados Labour Party's manifesto promises will lead to massive lay-offs in the public service. Lashley made the charge while speaking at a Democratic Labour Party (DLP) meeting in Blades Hill in support of St Philip... Read More


Abandoning CCJ "horrible decision"

21 May 2018

Pulling out of the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) would be a horrible decision. This is the opinion of Barbados Labour Party (BLP) candidates Arthur Holder and Trevor Prescod who criticized Prime Minister Freundel Stuart, who said if re-elected Barbados will distance... Read More


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