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BL&P top brass gets warning

BARRY ALLEYNE, [email protected]

BL&P top brass gets warning

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That was the message sent out to the Barbados Light & Power Company yesterday by the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU), as it extended its support to the country’s largest trade union, the Barbados Workers’ Union (BWU).

Speaking at the annual May Day celebrations held at Browne’s Beach, St Michael, president of the BSTU, Mary-Anne Redman, warned the utility company about how it had gone about  its recent restructuring process, and its dealings with the BWU.

“We in the BSTU are watching and paying close attention to . . . the management of the Barbados Light & Power, and we say to them that the labour movement in Barbados is watching you,” the outspoken trade union boss told the large crowd on hand. (BA)

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