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Labour of love

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Labour of love

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DEPUTY GENERAL SECRETARY of the Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU), Toni Moore, is tipped to take up leadership of the union soon.
    She is not among those who can claim to have learnt directly from National Hero and pioneer in the labour movement Sir Frank Walcott, but she knows of his sterling contribution to union and country.
Moore joined several others in paying tribute to the late union leader at a wreath and flower-laying ceremony at Sir Frank’s statue in Culloden Road, St Michael, next to the building named after him.
It was one of the highlights of yesterday’s annual May Day parade.