Category: Elections 2013

Sweep Dem out too

blp first-timer calls on bajans to follow grenada’s example

at elections

Even after three weeks of campaigning the Democratic Labour Party has not shown it deserves another term in office and should be swept out like the former Grenada governmen

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Clarification

On February 13 we published an article headlined: Smut and dirt: BLP ACCUSES DEMS OF RUNNING CAMPAIGN OF PROVOCATION AND EVEN ATTACKING BARBADIANS NOT INVOLVED IN ELECTIONS below a picture of Dale Marshall and Dr. William Duguid. The words “Smut and

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Not fair!

Dems’ radio station goes against broadcast regulations, says Arthur

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At least 17

Taken at its worst, the latest CADRES poll suggests the Barbados Labour Party will win the election with about 17 seats.

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Bees ready to take action

Take nothing for granted!

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Time to transform Licorish Village

Barbados Labour Party candidate for St. Michael East, Trevor Prescod, has expressed a desire to transform Licorish Village.

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Cutting costs now BLP’s priority

The Barbados Labour Party is promising to take over what was touted by the Dems ahead of the 2008 general elections as their number one priority.

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Bajan spirit dying under Stuart

The human spirit in Barbados is dying under the Freundel Stuart administration.

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Jones: All not well in BLP camp

Do not believe the talk and displays of unity within the Barbados Labour Party.

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UWI town

BLP proposes converting Cave Hill campus into a town

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Voter list probe

Forde suspects discrepancies in the electoral register

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Protest!

Owen Arthur, is asking women in Barbados to use their voting power at next week’s general elections to protest against Chris SInckler

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Where are the Bees?

The Democratic Labour Party candidate for St. Michael South Central, Richard Sealy said late last night that he’s still waiting for the Opposition Barbados Labour Party to “turn up” for the 2013 general elections.

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My time, my way!

Prime Minister Freundel Stuart has told Barbadians, he called the February 21 general elections at the right time.

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OWEN’S IT

Joseph Atherley says that the story of the previous Owen Arthur administration in the communities throughout St. Michael had been its efforts to address poverty eradication.

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Beware of the cliff

Race against time to prepare for start of financial year

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Lashley out and about

DLP St. Philip North candidate takes campaign on the road

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