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Oh no, Stuart

The leaders of the island’s four major trade unions – the Barbados Workers’ Union (BUT), the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW), the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT), the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) – have taken umbrage to statements by Prime Minister Freundel Stuart made during a Democratic Labour Party (DLP) luncheon Sunday. The […]

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Oh no, Stuart

The leaders of the island’s four major trade unions – the Barbados Workers’ Union (BUT), the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW), the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT), the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) – have taken umbrage to statements by Prime Minister Freundel Stuart made during a Democratic Labour Party (DLP) luncheon Sunday. The […]

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Oh no, Stuart

The leaders of the island’s four major trade unions – the Barbados Workers’ Union (BUT), the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW), the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT), the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) – have taken umbrage to statements by Prime Minister Freundel Stuart made during a Democratic Labour Party (DLP) luncheon Sunday. The […]

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Oh no, Stuart

The leaders of the island’s four major trade unions – the Barbados Workers’ Union (BUT), the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW), the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT), the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) – have taken umbrage to statements by Prime Minister Freundel Stuart made during a Democratic Labour Party (DLP) luncheon Sunday. The […]

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Oh no, Stuart

The leaders of the island’s four major trade unions – the Barbados Workers’ Union (BUT), the National Union of Public Workers (NUPW), the Barbados Union of Teachers (BUT), the Barbados Secondary Teachers’ Union (BSTU) – have taken umbrage to statements by Prime Minister Freundel Stuart made during a Democratic Labour Party (DLP) luncheon Sunday. The […]

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Private sector not pleased with Prime Minister

While expressing disappointment that Prime Minister Freundel Stuart did not seem willing to give in to demands for a meeting with the Social Partnership, business executives are hoping Monday’s march, which attracted an estimated 20,000 Barbadians, would cause Government to take note. The private sector officials who took time from work Monday to join the […]

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Private sector not pleased with Prime Minister

While expressing disappointment that Prime Minister Freundel Stuart did not seem willing to give in to demands for a meeting with the Social Partnership, business executives are hoping Monday’s march, which attracted an estimated 20,000 Barbadians, would cause Government to take note. The private sector officials who took time from work Monday to join the […]

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Private sector not pleased with Prime Minister

While expressing disappointment that Prime Minister Freundel Stuart did not seem willing to give in to demands for a meeting with the Social Partnership, business executives are hoping Monday’s march, which attracted an estimated 20,000 Barbadians, would cause Government to take note. The private sector officials who took time from work Monday to join the […]

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Private sector not pleased with Prime Minister

While expressing disappointment that Prime Minister Freundel Stuart did not seem willing to give in to demands for a meeting with the Social Partnership, business executives are hoping Monday’s march, which attracted an estimated 20,000 Barbadians, would cause Government to take note. The private sector officials who took time from work Monday to join the […]

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Private sector not pleased with Prime Minister

While expressing disappointment that Prime Minister Freundel Stuart did not seem willing to give in to demands for a meeting with the Social Partnership, business executives are hoping Monday’s march, which attracted an estimated 20,000 Barbadians, would cause Government to take note. The private sector officials who took time from work Monday to join the […]

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