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Little Budget talk in town


Little Budget talk in town

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THERE WAS hardly any discussion on the Budget at the watering holes canvassed by the DAILY NATION yesterday during Minister of Finance Chris Sinckler’s near four-hour presentation.

Immediately outside the 375-year-old Parliament Building men played dominoes, drank alcohol or generally milled around in The City while others watched football.

“Everything I buy for myself, my children or my pigs, I does have to pay 17 and a half VAT on it,” said Henry Miller, who was at the nearby Old City Bar.

Please read the full story in today’s Daily Nation, or in the eNATION edition