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DLP Loses Dawn-Marie Armstrong: Does Nature Abhor a Political Vacuum?

The announcement of her exit from elective politics by the 2022 DLP candidate Dr. Dawn-Marie Armstrong should come as no surprise and raise some serious questions about politics in Barbados.…

Barbados Media Finally Faces Truth About Jabbing Children

In the last two days, two of the so-called established media houses in Barbados have gotten off their editorial prerogative and published something which we have been saying unrelentingly and…

Revisiting the High Court Ruling on the Barbados 2022 Election

On Tuesday night 18 January, Justice Cicely Chase threw out the challenge to the suit brought to halt the 2022 Barbados General Elections. Voting was due the very next day,…

Barbados 2022 General Election Results and the Road Ahead

Lightning has once again struck the Barbados parliament leaving Mia Amor Mottley with another clean sweep of the seats in the 30 member House of Assembly and the prime ministership…

Election 2022: Barbados Uncensored Online Survey Analysis

Introduction In the 2022 election, the four most important issues for Barbadians are (1) national debt, (2) corruption in government (3) quality of service from government departments and (4) employment.…

2022 Election Survey

Your single voice might be inaudible to those contesting the elections and your concerns might not be on their list of priorities. So MAGNIFY your voice by adding it to…

Barbados’ National Debt: Why It Matters to You Part 2

At the current (2020) debt burden as measured by the Debt to GDP ratio, Barbados has to find $57 more for every $100 dollars it earns to service its debt.…

Seven Parties,108 Candidates to Contest Barbados General Elections

BRIDGETOWN, January 4, 2022 – Barbados Labour Party (BLP) leader, Prime Minister Mia Mottley, was among 108 candidates from seven parties and nine independents who turned in their nominations yesterday…

Political Punditry and 2022 Barbados Election Part 2

In the first part of this article we assessed the views of three Barbadian political pundits as reported in the NationNews of Thursday 30 December. Their analysis has had to…

Political Punditry and the 2022 Barbados Election Part 1

“Ignore the political scientists and pundits”. That is the advice one social media commentator has been giving the Democratic Labour Party, one of the established parties vying for power in…