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  • Pundits: Dems should focus on unity under Thorne
    by Shamar Blunt on February 21, 2024

    Political scientists Dr Kristina Hinds and Devaron Bruce suggested on Tuesday the Democratic Labour Party ought to focus on improving its public image and uniting the party now that Opposition Leader Ralph Thorne has become the DLP’s “face” and “voice”. Thorne’s re-entry into the party ended what many perceived as a gaffe on the DLP’s The post Pundits: Dems should focus on unity […]

  • #BTColumn – Here’s what Black History Month can do about economic power
    by Barbados Today on February 21, 2024

    The commemoration of Black History Month started circa 1976 and is observed annually in the United States and Canada in February and in the month of October in the United Kingdom. Several Caribbean countries have adopted this observance, some in February such as Barbados, Jamaica, Grenada, and Guyana, among others, while Trinidad and Tobago opted The post #BTColumn – Here’s what Black […]

  • #BTSpeakingOut – Ralph Thorne’s politics of convenience
    by Barbados Today on February 21, 2024

    If ever there were to be a master class in political pretence, Opposition Leader Ralph Thorne could indeed teach it. The inveterate party-hopper who has come to be known more so for the number of times he has changed his allegiance from one political party to the next, than for his contribution to actual policy, The post #BTSpeakingOut – Ralph Thorne’s politics of convenience appeared first […]

  • Govt spending rises by a third over FY2023
    by Barbados Today on February 21, 2024

    The Mia Mottley administration is expected to spend one-third more during the coming financial year — $4.66 billion — to support central government operations. This is on the accrual accounting basis or $4.59 billion on the cash basis, the government said late Tuesday night. Roughly one in three dollars will be spent on paying down The post Govt spending rises by a third over FY2023 appeared […]

  • Caribbean economies to expand in ’24, dogged by ’23 issues — CDB
    by Barbados Today on February 21, 2024

    The 19 economies served by the Caribbean Development Bank are forecast to grow on average by 8.6 per cent in 2024,  up from last year’s 6.7 per cent — driven largely by Guyana’s oil boom, the bank’s chief economist said Tuesday. But excluding Guyana, the projected growth rate falls to 2.3 per cent, in line The post Caribbean economies to expand in ’24, dogged by ’23 issues — CDB […]