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Raring to talk morality


Added 29 January 2017


Member of Parliament Ronald Toppin. (file)


Barbados Labour Party (BLP) candidates say they are ready to debate morality with the Democratic Labour Party (DLP), which has signalled that this could be one of its major platform issues in the next general election.

The gauntlet was thrown down by Member of Parliament Ronald Toppin and candidate Reverend Joseph Atherley at the BLP’s St Michael North East branch meeting at Lawrence T. Gay Memorial Primary School yesterday.

Stating that the decision by Government ministers to restore their ten per cent deduction in salaries was “evil”, Toppin challenged, “Where is the morality in that? (WILLCOMM)


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